T.I.’s Daughter, Deyjah Harris, Is Now Addressing Some Of Her Own Family Drama

Deyjah Harris is the daughter of Atlanta rapper TI

Millions know her from the family reality TV show, TI and Tiny: The Family Hustle. In the series, which aired for six seasons, Deyjah was considered shy and not as talkative as her other siblings. But lately she’s been vocal about her mental health struggles and hopes she’s feeling better.

Now Deyjah is ready to open up even more, Media Take Out has learned. Yesterday Deyjah celebrated her 21st birthday. She has been recognized and held in high esteem by thousands of fans, as well as those who know her personally. One family member in particular didn’t have many kind words for the Atlanta native.

Her cousin, who is named Mecie, posted on her IG story and said, “Happy 21st birthday to my snake a**little cousin,” followed by tagging Deyjah. Disgusted by her scathing remarks, she re-shared her cousin’s post, saying, “…I thought you were better than that… Thank you for the birthday post, even though we both know it wasn’t real.”

In response to Deyjah’s post, her cousin posted videos explaining her actions. “I knew I wanted to lure her in,” she began, “one thing Dae Dae likes is negativity.” She continued by explaining that she wishes Deyjah a happy birthday every year but gets no response – and she doesn’t post it again either. Deyjah shared the videos again and wrote: “So [you’re] in your 30s…are you upset because someone didn’t repost your birthday message?

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