T.I.'s Daughter, Deyjah Harris Makes Fans Crazy With Excitement With These Never-Before-Seen Photos! Enjoy Her New Pics Here - She Also Addresses Mental Health
T.I.'s daughter, Deyjah Hariss is not usually posting all day long on her social media account, and this is probably the reason why when she does post something, fans are completely in awe.
A few days ago, she made her IG followers happy by sharing a bunch of new pics. Check out her post below.
'ignore the old photos you’ve all seen already LOL, but I’ve been waiting to let y’all know that the mental health part ll is the link in my bio on both instagram and twitter. I decided to write it out as opposed to filming, but thanks to anyone who might decide to read it whenever you get the chance,' Deyjah began her post.
She continued and said: 'part ll has advice for anyone that wants to know how to support their loved one(s) that deal with mental health challenges, if you’re a parent and you wanna know how you can boost your child’s mental health or even if you are 13/14 or younger and you wanna know how you can take care of yourself (physically, mentally, emotionally, energetically, spiritually, etc.) at a young age, there’s advice and suggestions for you too.... and much more🤎! feel free to come back and revisit the document anytime you need to. take care of yourselves please 🤞🏼💫 more youtube videos are coming soon.'
Tiny Harris' daughter, Zonnique Pullins hoped in the comments to show love to her BFF.
Someone asked: 'Are You TI's Daughter? If Not, You Guys Can Go For Twins. IJS.'
One other follower said: 'Thank you so much 💔I’ve been struggling with mental health since age 10 and my family doesn’t even care ... thank you! be safe and I hope you’re doing amazing.'
A commenter posted: 'I really appreciate you using your platform to bring awareness to mental health. It sounds cliche but there is still a stigma surrounding mental illness, and it needs to stop. Young gen z who look up to you need someone to tell them it's ok, and there is help to deal with whatever they're going through. So, thank you! Much love.'
One other Instagrammer wrote: 'I am so glad you’re opening up. I tried to open up at your age and I was shamed for it. I am still working on getting my license so I can be a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and break stereotypes!'