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She’s overcome many hardships in her life, including homelessness and the pressures of living in a religious family — and knowing, from an early age, that something about her was different. 🙊 The church, going to the gym, selling music, the money and most importantly, my life. To be honest, I'm ashamed of the person I use to be. That sexy, fearless and last but not least, genius 😉 woman on the right is me!

If a man dares to be seen with a trans woman, he will likely lose social capital so he must adamantly deny, vehemently demean, trash and/or exterminate the woman in question.

He must do this to maintain his standing in our patriarchal society.

This Miami-born, Brooklyn-bred Grammy Award-winning writer turned artist has worked with some of the hottest in the game, including Lil Wayne.

Smith’s defining moment came after being tapped by Lil Wayne to be a part of his most successful project to date “The Carter III,” which sold one million copies in its debut week, one of only three rap albums in history to ever achieve this feat.

Premiering Monday, April 4 at 8PM ET/PT, the competition is fiercer than ever as new and familiar faces work to take over Atlanta’s music scene. Michelle, fresh off announcing her third studio album, “More Issues Than Vogue,” returns to Atlanta ready to handle some unfinished business and settle the score.

With her BFF and Puerto Rican Princess Joseline by her side, there will be no shortage of laughter and drama when these two strong-willed divas face off against new and familiar adversaries. Smith is a groundbreaking music producer who makes her debut as the first ever transgender female in the “Love & Hip Hop” franchise.

Scott on “RHOA” will join many transgender figures on reality television, following “Big Brother” casting its first-ever trans contestant this summer; ABC Family’s “Becoming Us” from exec producer Ryan Seacrest, which documents a teenage boy’s life after his father transitions; TLC’s summer series “I Am Jazz,” which follows 14-year-old trans teen Jazz Jennings; and E!