TI ‘s daughter is offered $1 million for losing virginity in porn
TI has provoked outrage by revealing that he forces his 18-year-old daughter to undergo an annual “virginity test” at the gynecologist.
The Grammy-winning musician told a podcast how he escorts Deyjah Harris to the doctor’s office after each birthday to “check her hymen”.
“Usually like the day after the birthday party, she’s enjoying her gifts, I put a sticky note on the door: ‘Gyno. Tomorrow. 9:30’,” TI, whose real name is Clifford Harris, told the presenters. Social media users were quick to condemn Harris’s behaviour, and express concern for Deyjah.
“A virginity exam does not exist,” said Dr. Maura Quinlan, an associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Northwestern University in Chicago. “If someone brought me a girl for a virginity exam, I would tell them, ‘I can’t say either way.’”
T.I. aka Clifford Harris is all about the Family Hustle, but will he take a hard pass on a new money-making opportunity?
Now According to a report in HipHopOverload.com, the popular adult site Pornhub.com has reportedly offered his daughter Deyjah Harris a $1 million to lose her virginity on camera. The remuneration for the deal can go up to a seven-figure payout.
“Deyjah’s 18, just graduated high school now and she’s attending her first year of college, figuring it out for herself. And yes, not only have we had the conversation, we have yearly trips to the gynaecologist to check her hymen,” he explained during the episode, titled, “Life Hacks.”
He even explained in great detail all that happens at the OB/GYN. Fans came out in support of Deyjah in the aftermath. Even Deyjah ‘liked’ tweets that referred to her father’s comments as disgusting. One of the fans commented writing, “I’m sorry for what is happening to you. No one should have control over your body but you.”
So considering T.I. is so protective of his daughter’s virginity, there’s zero chance he’d let her lose it in something like a porn video. But a payout as big as reportedly offered is too big to think.
Harris, 39, is one of the leading forces in trap music, a style of hip-hop from the US South that emphasises aggressive lyricism and 1980s-style drum machines.
He served seven months in prison in 2009 for attempting to buy unregistered machine guns from dealers who turned out to be undercover agents.
He spent another 10 months in prison two years later for violating terms of probation on drug charges. He has won three Grammy Awards, including for the song My Love, a collaboration with pop star Justin Timberlake.