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TI's Ex Ms Niko Seemingly Responds to Rapper's Explanation about Daughter Deyjah Harris' Gynecologist Visits

Mary Scott
Nov 27, 2019
03:40 A.M.
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Deyjah Harris' mother, Ms. Niko, has seemingly responded to T.I after the rapper spoke out for the first time since his controversial virginity check statements about their daughter. If anything, the mom-of-one doesn’t seem too happy with her baby daddy.


T.I nearly broke the internet earlier this month after admitting that he accompanies Deyjah on annual gynecologist appointments to determine if her hymen is still intact.

T.I. performs onstage during 2018 V-103 Car & Bike Show on July 14, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia | Photo: Getty Images


Following a massive backlash, the rapper finally addressed the issue, claiming in yesterday's episode of Jada Pinkett-Smith's "Red Table Talk" that his intentions were "terribly misconstrued."

[T.I] also apologized to his daughter publicly but continued to blame the public for misunderstanding.

Ms. Niko, however, may not be buying T.I's explanation, if her recent Instagram story post is anything to go by.


The aspiring rapper wrote in all caps:

"…Whew Chile, the narcissism…"

Screenshot of Ms Niko’s seeming response to T.I’s statements | Photo: Instagram/@ms_niko_



During the "Ladies Like Us" podcast that aired November 5, co-hosts Nazanin Mandi and Nadia Moham asked T.I if he had the "sex talk" with his daughters, after which he went into extensive detail.

T.I, 39, has four sons – Domani and Messiah with Lashon Dixon and King and Major with his wife, Tiny, 44. He has only two daughters: Deyjah, 18, and three-year-old Heiress, who he shares with Tiny.



Responding to the ladies' question, T.I went to great lengths to prove that he's very much up to date with his daughter's sexual activities.

"Deyjah’s 18, just graduated high school now and she’s attending her first year of college, figuring it out for herself," he said in the since-deleted episode, per Daily Mail.

"And yes, not only have we had the conversation [about sex]," he continued. "We have yearly trips to the gynecologist to check her hymen."


T.I went on to reveal that he would urge Deyjah to sign a document that allows the gynecologist to share her private information with him. He claimed he had no regard for the doctor informing him that a broken hymen does not necessarily mean a female has lost her virginity.

"I will say as of her 18th birthday, her hymen is still intact," boasted T.I, whose songs -- like "Whatever You Like" and "Blurred Lines" -- are often loaded with sexually explicit lyrics.



His revelation sparked outrage from social media users and celebrities alike. Even Deyjah didn’t appear too pleased that her father disrespected her privacy. The teenager liked several tweets condemning her father’s actions and proceeded to unfollow him on Instagram.

T.I remained silent about the situation until yesterday when he attempted to set the record straight during Monday's episode of Pinkett-Smith's Facebook series, "Red Table Talk." The "Ant-Man" actor appeared on the show alongside Tiny and claimed he was only misunderstood.


After saying that the podcast conversation happened "in a very joking manner," T.I added:

"I just began to – from a place of truth – I began to embellish and exaggerate and I think a lot of people kind of took it extremely literal. Because if you put any of my reputation, like who I am as a father, who I've been. I honestly thought people knew me better than that."


T.I admitted that he did not understand the sensitivity of the subject at the time, but claimed he did now. He also apologized to his daughter publicly but continued to blame the public for misunderstanding.

It was after his "Red Table Talk" interview that Ms. Niko took to social media with the cryptic "narcissism" post. If she was indeed referring to T.I, then it looks like the family will be needing a round-table discussion of its own.


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