T.I.’s daughter, Deyjah Harris shared a photo on her social media account in which she looks gorgeous in a Fashion Nova outfit. Check out the pic below.
A follower said: ‘She so unproblematic! That’s the kids these parents should praise!’ and someone else posted this: ‘she’s so pretty & unproblematic. very rare these days ??.’
Someone else said: ‘Funny how Bhad Bhabie said she doesn’t wanna look black but stay tryna look like Deyjah’s twin ?.’
A commenter said: ‘She look better than all them in that family.’
Someone else said: ‘lol. she’s a young Angela Simmons. These ppl claim to be one thing but are clearly something else. to make it worse, she’s a young girl looking like she is 30 or older.’
A follower said: ‘@princess_of_da_south is so gorgeous and spreads only positive vibes! She looks just like her mom @ms_niko_ y’all stop playing with her!????’
Someone said: ‘She’s a natural beauty. That whole city is paying top $ to look like her. Good for her.’
Deyjah also shared the following gogrous photo.
A follower said: ‘These pictures are refreshing and breathtaking! Please keep posting! ❤️’ and someone else posted this: ‘My unique self My authentic self also my lower arm amputation I’m like a unicorn ? in my own way ?.’
A fan said: ‘You know, Deyjah… I’d have to say my energetic welcoming ways. I love to support people and help them see how awesome they are. I’m warm and bring out the silly side of many people. These qualities make me feel very proud and blessed.
Thanks for always checking on us. How are you, truly?’
Deyjah responded: ‘we love to hear it ???. I’m ok as long as you all are doing well, that’s all that matters to me.’
Another commenter said: ‘honestly the fact that I care too much. I just wouldn’t be me without that factor to my character. I’ve never had a mean bone in my body and I still haven’t figured out if it’s gonna be my downfall or my uprise because it has caused me a lot of pain in my past. but I’m hoping that certain things/people will feel strongly positive and intentional towards me as I do for them.’