Dej Loaf Opens Up About How Fame Keeps Her from Being Herself

Tune into VICELAND Tuesday for the rapper's session with Dr. Siri Sat Nam Singh on 'THE THERAPIST,' along with a new episode of 'LAST CHANCE HIGH.'

by VICE Staff
Sep 12 2017, 9:30pm

On an all-new episode of THE THERAPIST, Dej Loaf sat down with Dr. Siri Sat Nam Singh to talk about how she's changed since getting famous. The rapper told Dr. Singh she feels forced to constantly calculate what she does and how she does it, turning every move she makes into a production—a necessity she said "keeps me from living."

THE THERAPIST airs Tuesdays at 10:30 PM.

VICELAND is also airing a new episode of LAST CHANCE HIGH, our Peabody Award-winning documentary series chronicling life inside the walls of a Chicago school that serves some of the city's most at-risk students. On the latest episode, Moses Montefiore Academy gets shut down permanently, leading former mentors at the school to try to help their students not as teachers, but as friends.

LAST CHANCE HIGH airs Tuesdays at 10 PM.

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