For the nth time, Rapper T.I sparked a major issue after being unbelievably disrespectful towards her daughter.
In the recent episode of "Ladies Like Us" podcast, T.I spoke with Nazanin Mandi and Nadia Moham about the recent college admission of her daughter, Deyjah Harris. The two also queried T.I regarding the ways he talks to Deyjah about sex.
The controversial rapper publicized that he has been monitoring the sex life of his daughter by accompanying her to a gynecologist. The visits are being done annually, and T.I always pushes the doctor to check his daughter's hymen to guarantee that Deyjah is still a virgin.
The rapper said that he continuously puts a note about seeing gynecology right after her daughter attended a party and makes sure that he sees the results.
T.I. clarified that he obtained Deyjah's permission to share the check-up information with him. This seemed to be a fatherly act for the rapper but, in reality, he is revolving into an abusive one.
During their recent visit to the gynecologist, the rapper learned that a hymen can be broken during any other kind of physical activity besides sexual intercourse. The activities include bicycle riding and horseback riding.
"So I say, 'Look, Doc, she doesn't ride no horses, she doesn't ride no bike, she doesn't play no sports. Just check the hymen, please, and give me back my results expeditiously," he told Mandi and Moham.
A "good news" also came when the doctor told him that Deyjah's hymen is "still intact".
People stormed the internet with comments against the rapper following the inappropriate treatment of his daughter. On top of all comments, netizens pointed out that a woman's hymen bleeding after sexual activity is purely a myth.
What did the expert say about T.I's decisions?
In an interview with Yahoo Lifestyle, women's health educator Sherry Ross clarified that it is inappropriate for parents to go to their child's gynecology appointment.
Ross defined women's appointment to their gynecologist as something "sacred and confidential." This also comprises patient's privacy and willingness not to share her information even with her parents.
The She-Ology author also reminded every gynecologist to establish a rule in line with the guidelines contained in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA).
HIPPA contains all the regulations that protect the patient's information, as well as sharing and exchanging medical records even to a family member who pays the bills.