T.I.’s Daughter, Deyjah Harris, Has Returned To Instagram And Has Taken Great Measures To Protect Her Privacy After The Virginity Drama
It has been a few stressful weeks for Deyjah Harris, who is the bright and shy daughter of rapper T.I.
After the hip-hop star made a very private moment about Deyjah’s life public, she decided to step away from social media.
The teen has returned to social media but has taken a few measures to ensure her privacy. The stepdaughter of singer Tiny Harris has deleted all the comments that were focused on her private life.
Deyjah has also turned off the comment section on all posts but one that focuses on the very important matter of mental health.
One fan told the young lady: “Welcome back boo❤️.”
Another commenter wrote: “Welcome back, sis, we love you. 😘 I relate to you because my parents also behave that way. They want to make sure I’m a virgin because of religious reasons. There are also a ton of other pressures my parents put on me. It’s not cool. Live your life, and do you. You are a beautiful girl and should be able to live the way you want.”
T.I. recently appeared on Red Table Talk, where said he apologized and tried and failed to defend himself for attending annual gynecological appointments with his daughter to “check her if the hymen is still intact.”
With Tiny sitting by his side, T.I.P. claimed: “She did have a problem with me talking about it, and I understand that, and I am incredibly apologetic to her for that. Not to any of these other strangers and any of these weirdos who just kind of toss lies around…have been terribly misconstrued and misconceived.”
He added: “I never said I was in any exam room. That is an assumption; that is a falsity. I never said it was being done present-day as an 18-year-old. I never said that her mother wasn’t present. All of this false narrative has just been sensationalized.”
T.I. made the wildly controversial remarks while on Ladies Like Us.
The reality TV star stated: “So we’ll go and sit down, and the doctor comes and talk, and the doctor’s maintaining a high level of professionalism. He’s like, ‘You know, sir, I have to, in order to share information’ — I’m like, ‘Deyjah, they want you to sign this so we can share information. Is there anything you would not want me to know? See, Doc? Ain’t no problem.'”
He was bashed by many, and the founder of the #MeToo movement Tarana Burke and Gloria Steinem called his actions “controlling and even abusive.”