Rapper T.I. has been embroiled in a lengthy drama that seems not to be going away anytime soon. The MC, who is married to singer Tiny Harris, decided to shoot himself in the foot by publicly shaming his 18-year-old daughter, Deyjah Harris, by talking about her hymen and his so-called virginity check.
T.I. further created chaos by opening up about Deyjah’s private and intimate life when he sat down with Jada Pinkett Smith for an interview.
The rapper is finally getting some good media coverage thanks to his second son and musician, Domani Harris.
The young artist recently did an interview with The Source where he praised both Tiny and T.I while explaining what makes him different from his famous father.
Domani was asked what makes him different from T.I.P. and the Xscape diva.
He responded by: “Well, I’m different because I’m a different person. I’m a whole different human being than anybody else out there. Enormous spotlight I mean you know it’s a positive and a negative, depending on how you look at it. It’s just your perspective. Yes, everything has pressure, but you know if it’s good or bad it’s how you look at it, I try to always look at it positive.”
He also applauded T.I.P. for teaching these lessons: “I’ve learned to just take it seriously, and I’m still learning. It’s always deeper than we think it is. As we grow, you realize that’s it is always deeper, it’s another step deeper. So yeah, take it seriously.”
He decided to share a little advice with other young artists who are hustling and trying to make it: “Basically its really what everyone else has been saying. Don’t Stop, keep going, believe in yourself. You got to be cray enough to believe in yourself because you know you going to look crazy. Stay humble, keep learning. Humble is just the ability to be taught. So always be able to be taught and keep an open mind.”
As for what the future holds for him, he stated: “Um, you should know that I’m learning, I’m growing, and I’m human. Upcoming project I don’t know anything right now, I’m putting it together as we speak. It will all work out. It always does.”
Domani is creating his own path.