Rah Digga has come to T.I.‘s defense since he shared that he and his daughter Deyjah Harris have yearly trips to the gynecologist to check her hymen.
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On December 1 (Monday), Digga first spoke on T.I.’s controversial comments after responding to a tweet about New York lawmakers introducing a bill banning virginity exams. The bill was sparked by T.I.’s comments. The rapper then proceeded to offer a series of tweets on the topic and voicing her support of the Atlanta artist.
Elsewhere during her response, Digga said she got a virginity test for her daughter, saying: “Well I did it and guess what? When I found out she wasn’t anymore did I berate her..No. Did I kick her out the house..No. I was able to have a convo where she openly told me what it was. And i emphasized being safe. And life went on…”
“Everybody so stuck on the logistics of a ‘hymen test’ and ignoring a father expressing how he goes above and beyond to keep his kids in line. It may not be your way but I can NEVER be mad at any Black father for that. Sorry not sorry,” Digga said at another point. “…I have no problem being on an island w/ this one. I ain’t letting yall shame TI out of being an overprotective Dad. Nope.”
T.I. spoke on the controversy during a recent appearance on Jada Pinkett Smith‘s Red Table Talk.
“My intentions have been terribly misconstrued and misconceived,” the rapper said. “Deyjah knows how I am and who I’ve always been. The outside noise is distracting and confusing. It’s hurtful and embarrassing.”
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