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Following the deaths of Kobe and his daughter Gianna Bryant, rapper T.I. penned an open letter to his own daughters on Instagram.
“I love you girls more than my vocabulary will allow me to express,” the rapper, whose name is Clifford Harris Jr., wrote. “You have grown so much right before my very eyes & blossomed into strong, brilliantly opinionated, independent young women. … Please forgive me for any and all imperfections that cause misunderstandings between us.”
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I love you girls more than my vocabulary will allow me to express. You have grown so much right before my very eyes & blossomed into strong,brilliantly opinionated, independent young women. I'm so proud of you both and I love you to no end,more than you'll ever know. Please forgive me for any and all imperfections that cause misunderstandings between us.... Charge my mind,not my heart. You see Life may throw us curveballs & deal us some pretty bad hands at times. But rest assured,you'll NEVER find yourself in a place too high or low for me to be there to catch you when you fall. I just Can't let another second go by without letting you know while we're still here in this life together.... You have ALL MY LOVE FOR ALL MY LIFE...&AFTER‼️ @princess_of_da_south @zonniquejailee
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Bustle reports the post may be inspired by the deaths of the NBA legend and his daughter, as Harris previously grieved their deaths in a series of Instagram posts.
“As a father I can’t even imagine,” he wrote. “Love hard on your children & family & live everyday like your last.”
Although Harris did not name what he needs to be forgiven for, the post comes a few months after Harris told the Ladies Like Us podcast, in an episode titled “Life Hacks,” that he takes his daughter Deyjah Harris to the gynecologist on a yearly basis to ensure that her hymen is still intact.
“Idk who needs to hear this but virginity is a made-up social construct, and it has absolutely nothing to do with your hymen,” Planned Parenthood tweeted at the time.
Idk who needs to hear this but virginity is a made-up social construct, and it has absolutely nothing to do with your hymen.— Planned Parenthood (@PPFA) November 6, 2019
One of his daughters, Zonnique Harris, replied to the post with, “I love you pops.” Deyjah, who unfollowed her father after he publicly made the comments about her hymen, has not yet responded to the post.
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Brooke Sjoberg is an editorial intern for the Daily Dot studying journalism at the University of Texas at Austin. She is also the Daily Texan's Life and Arts Editor and an editorial intern for Texas Connect magazine.