T.I.'s Daughter, Deyjah Harris, Made The Internet Fall In Love With Her After She Posted This message -- Tiny Harris And MS. NIKO Are Proud Of The Teen
The daughter of rapper T.I. has managed to moved her fans with her latest gesture. Deyjah Harris has fans wondering if she will become a therapist after she shared a post focusing on mental health.
The 18-year-old bonus daughter of Tiny Harris took a variety of tough questions on depression, body and relationship issues, and anxiety to focus on.
One person told Deyjah that she would have preferred to have her beauty.
MS. NIKO's baby girl had the perfect answer:
Many are applauding Deyjah's decision to do something so uplifting.
One follower said: "Didn't know how fast one's mental health can change until last month. I chose to seek help after a young man was taken too soon by a drive-by so close to my home.. a friend of my son's and always at my home. Love to see a nice young woman reaching out to any that need it. Thanks for trying to help. I'm not young, and I know all those young men that lost the same friend could always use a friend like you. Thanks for reaching out to those that might need it."
Another commenter shared: "I am soooooo sorry to hear these questions. My heart is crying because of you guys pain. I pray you guys to get the help you need. I pray the @princess_of_da_south can touch and help many of you. I pray your interaction with a professional or a spiritual guiding. Pray everyone gets the help they need. God Bless and keep your head up because you're not alone in this fight. GOD BLESS YOU ALL💗💗💗💗💗🙏"
This backer stated: "This is a significant topic... I can’t wait. To my black people, in particular, please go get help from a mental healthcare professional if you need it. Don’t worry about what anybody else has to say about it. Do it because you deserve healing any constructive way you can get it."
The fourth supporter revealed: "Mental health illness and wellness are important topics, and I'm happy to see a young lady, such as yourself, who is willing to address and discuss the issue with your peers and followers. My question is, why did you select this topic, and is it personal to you? Have you ever gone thru depression or deal with anxiety? Are the effects of MH something you've seen personally from a friend or loved one? Okay. I thought I only had one question.🙄😂"
Deyjah is a real rock star.