The mentally addled daughter of Soul legend Sade Adu has begun taking male hormone injections in an effort to feel more like a man.
In a social media post earlier this week, 21-year-old Mickailia Ila Morgan announced she was taking the injections to "transition from female to male."
Morgan suffers from Gender Dysphoria, a psychosexual disorder that causes individuals to believe they were born in the wrong body.
It is impossible for a genetic female to magically transform herself into a genetic male simply by taking testosterone shots.
Transgender advocates claim transgenders have male or female brains, and that they treat their disorder by taking excessive hormones to bring their bodies into alignment with their brains.
But doctors agree there is no such thing as a male or female brain.
Some experts believe transgenderism is the result of an ineffective parent-child relationship.
In an emotional post on social media last year, Morgan sent a birthday greeting to her legendary mother.
Morgan wrote that Sade was "the most important person in my life and you mean absolutely everything to me. So glad I got to spend the day with you hope you enjoyed yourself. Love you past the moon and back countless times.”
Sade, 57, has never spoken publicly about her daughter's sexual confusion. It isn't clear if Morgan has a relationship with her father, Jamaican music producer Bob Morgan.