“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,” he wrote on Instagram.
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.”
In his note, he pleads with his daughters to forgive his “imperfections,” and cites “misunderstandings,” though he doesn’t say what misunderstandings he’s referring to.
“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‼️”
Though T.I. doesn’t say specifically, he may have been prompted to reach out to his children since the news broke Sunday that basketball legend Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash. Bryant’s daughter, Gianna, 13, and seven others died in the disaster.
T.I. saying that he “can’t let another second go by” without telling his daughters he loved them could very likely have been prompted by the events of last week.
T.I. has two daughters, and a stepdaughter, Zonnique, from a previous marriage to Tameka Cottle.
Zonnique replied to T.I.’s post, saying “I love you pops.”
— Music-News.com (@MusicNewsWeb) January 29, 2020
On the “Ladies Like Us” podcast last year, T.I. talked about his daughter and her plans for college, while dropping the news that he goes with his daughter every year to her gynecologist appointments to check whether she’s still a virgin.
“Deyjah’s 18, just graduated high school now and she’s attending her first year of college, figuring it out for herself. And yes, not only have we had the conversation [about sex], we have yearly trips to the gynecologist to check her hymen.”
In a series of Instagram messages, the father and husband declared his dedication to his daughters and assured them no words on the dictionary could ever describe the depth of his affection. @Tip#legitdiasporanews #diasporanews https://t.co/yIk4im3tPw
— Legit.ng | Leading the way (@legitngnews) January 29, 2020