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T.I.'s Daughter Deyjah Opens up on Gynecologist Controversy in a New Season of 'Family Hustle'

Monica Otayza
Mar 31, 2020
04:30 A.M.
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T.I.'s daughter Deyjah Harris breaks silence on the gynecologist controversy that put a strain on her relationship with her father in the latest season of "Family Hustle."

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Last year, rapper T.I. made headlines after he revealed that he accompanies his daughter Deyjah Harris on yearly gynecologist visits to make sure that her "hymen is still intact." After outrage from people, the 18-year-old speaks up about it for the first time in the new "Family Hustle" trailer. 

T.I. at the “Antman and the Wasp” movie premiere | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine

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THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL SEASON

This season of "T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle" is set to become one of the most controversial yet, as it dives deep into the issue between Deyjah and T.I., among many other topics going on in their lives. 

Deyjah opened up about suffering from depression and anxiety since she was only 11-years-old.

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A GLIMPSE AT THE NEW SEASON

While the trailer for the latest season doesn't exactly explain how the 18-year-old feels about it, she hints that something has "changed" because of it. To further add to the storyline, Tiny reveals that her husband has a certain way of "overexaggerating" that could easily be misunderstood by people. 

The trailer also shows a group of people confronting T.I. over the headlines of him taking his daughter on doctor visits, to which the rapper exclaims that nobody is going to tell him how he should raise his daughter. 

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OPENING UP ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH

Ultimately, fans of the show are in for a wild ride this season, as the stars break down the issues that put strains in their relationships. Hopefully, fans will also get to see T.I. and Deyjah reconciling despite what happened last year.

Previously, Deyjah opened up about suffering from depression and anxiety since she was only 11-years-old. Through the years,she had to deal with bullying and that led to her having to deal with mental health issues. 

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SUPPORTING OTHERS IN THEIR RECOVERY PROCESS

However, now that she's a lot older and wiser, she decided to make a video about the topic to encourage other people regardless of where they are in their recovery process. 

"Mental health doesn't discriminate. You'll never be the exception to recovery so just remember to treat yourself warmly. Eventually, every experience will get you exactly where you're destined to be and it'll all make sense."

The new season of "T.I. & Tiny: Family and Friends Hustle" premieres on April 13. 

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