AceShowbiz - T.I.'s controversial revelation about checking his 18-year-old daughter Deyjah's Hymen every other year still becomes a hot topic among people. Joe Budden and his "Joe Budden Podcast" co-hosts were the latest people to share their opinion about the matter, which put Tip in hot water for days.
During the latest episode of the podcast, the "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" star appeared to be careful with his words when it comes to the scandal. "That's another rule of mine. I don't tell parents how they should parent," Joe shared.
Meanwhile, Mal said that he understood T.I. for attempting to communicate that he is an overprotective father, though he thought speaking about it in a public platform wasn't the best decision. "I don't think he should have said this on a public platform, one," Mal explained. "And two, if you and your daughter have that relationship, then I think that should be a relationship between you and your daughter."
Joe shared the same sentiments as he added, "How you maneuver as a famous parent to your of age [child], like they're 18 and they have to really go out and deal with the world, school classmates, their peers, their friends, it's important."
"I even think twice about the things I even write under my kid's Instagram because I don't know what you got going on, how you are with your friends, I don't know how they're receiving you. I don't want to embarrass you," he continued.
Judging by his response, it seems like Joe criticized Tip for speaking about his action towards Deyjah more than the actual controversy regarding the rapper being too overprotective.
"Disgusting how they tiptoed around criticising TI. Thats why i am going to disregard any of Joes moralising from now on," one fan slammed the host in the comment section of the podcast's YouTube video. Meanwhile, one other added, "These guys are so safe and PC now I can barely get through an entire episode."
Someone else also criticized Joe's remarks about policying others' parenting. "Why can't you tell a parent how to parent? Isn't there like hundreds of books revolving around just that topic, to try and help new parents? Or am I buggin...," the person said.
"Joe is lame for this he does not have a daughter. White boys telling our men how to raise us is funny especially while they are in front of two black men quietly listening to them. Not a good look for the JPB," one other comment read.
T.I. has yet to respond to the backlash, though his wife Tiny (Tameka Cottle) recently broke her silence on the matter, only to be criticized. One of her Instagram followers asked, "Is Deyjah okay? We care," in the comment section of her latest post, to which Tiny replied with a series of rolling eyes emojis. People, however, were not too thrilled by her answer, as they assumed that Tiny didn't care about what was happening to Deyjah.