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9 Sickest Burns We’ve Seen About T.I. Checking His Daughter’s Hymen

The rapper's insistence on accompanying his daughter to the gynecologist to make sure her hymen is intact is gross, and the internet let him know it.

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T.I.’s two most popular songs on Spotify are called “Whatever You Like” and “Live Your Life,” but it seems that his advocacy of a carefree, do what you want kind of lifestyle does not extend to his own family.

In an appearance on the Ladies Like Us podcast, T.I. revealed that he accompanies his daughter Deyjah, who is in her first year of college, to the gynecologist every year. It’s not because she needs a ride or he wants to be a supportive father; it’s so he can check her hymen to make sure she’s still a virgin.

This is obviously fucked up, as his daughter’s hymen is none of T.I.’s business. The whole thing reeks of an attitude about women that’s literally medieval, and the rapper was promptly and rightly roasted online.

But the best reactions to the rapper outing himself as a hymen-inspector was a silly meme in which people repeatedly misdefined words starting with “hy.”

This meme is a subtle way to mock T.I.’s belief that hymen=thing that is gone when a woman has sex. In fact, women who have had sex can have intact hymens and women who haven’t can have broken hymens. T.I. even said that the doctor told him that, but he didn’t seem to care, because he’s an idiot.

“She don’t ride no horses, she don’t ride no bike, she don’t play no sports,” he told the doctor. “Just check the hymen, please, and give me back my results expeditiously.'”

“My results” really sums it up; they’re quite literally not his. This dynamic gets at the worst part about all of this nonsense, succinctly summarized by one Twitter user.

What we need are fewer dads like T.I. and more like the parents in Blockers, who acknowledge that virginity is a canard, and that their kids’ sex lives are none of their business.