JT has been vocal about beginning therapy, claiming she’s “super excited” about starting treatment, and encouraging her fans to do the same.

On Saturday (March 25), the Miami rap star shared the news about her journey into therapy via Twitter. JT noted that she was thrilled about taking steps to improve her mental health.

“Super excited about starting therapy,” she wrote. “I encourage you all to do the same!”

Fans immediately rushed the City Girls rapper’s comment section to congratulate her, as well thank her for being so open about her journey.

“It’s literally necessary for everybody idk why people be acting like they don’t need it,” one person tweeted.

“Your decision is going to inspire so many ppl,” another person commented. “Thank you for sharing this part of ur journey.”

“I did and it helped me gain so much clarity and release hurt from past, hope your journey is well,” another fan wrote.

This wasn’t the first time JT got candid about her feelings or what’s happening in her personal life. Last month, the rapper opened up about the things she’s afraid may get in the way of her working relationship with her City Girls partner in crime, Yung Miami.

During an interview with Angie Martinez, JT talked about her past experiences, both in and out of the limelight, and who she hopes to become as a woman and as an artist.

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When the topic changed to the future of the City Girls, she said: “Hopefully the future of the City Girls can be the City Girls. And I pray that our egos does not separate it. Or the internet. Or guys. Or like, nothing!”

“Sometimes I be on my shit; sometimes she be on her shit,” she continued. “You know? Like, we’re human; we’re women. We’re not girls, we’re women. Sometimes I wanna be with my man, just like sometimes she wanna be with her man. And I hope that’s not what be the reason or interfere.”

However, JT made it clear that she doesn’t anticipate any animosity coming between her and her rap bestie, but rather worries that their individual interests may get in the way of their pursuits as a duo.

“I do not see beefin’ and breaking up with the City Girls at all,” she declared. “Ever! That’s just stupid. I hope we don’t get too busy.”