Destiny Lanette Henderson, better known as Sukihana, was born in 1991 in Wilmington, Del., but spent her formative years in Atlanta before settling in Miami. Sukihana starred in the third season of Love & Hip Hop: Miami in 2020, and later made a cameo appearance in Cardi B’s video for "WAP" featuring Megan Thee Stallion that same year. Her debut mixtape, Wolf P***y, arrived in 2020. Her second, Casamigos (Pour It In My Cup), was released in 2022.
Sukihana’s life drastically changed in 2020, when she launched her OnlyFans account during the pandemic as a way to promote her blossoming music career. She unabashedly showcased her sexual escapades with her husband, which garnered significant attention. While she's not the traditional artist who keeps their personal life close to the chest, that's what makes Suki stand out from other women in rap. The Florida-bred rhymer's transparency both in and out of her music, paired with the sexual freedom that has grabbed both headlines and garnered her a growing fan base have only worked to her benefit. In 2020, Sukihana was also included on a remix of Rico Nasty’s "Smack A B***h” featuring ppcocaine and Rubi Rose. Suki's 2023 single, "Eating," has amassed more than 1 million streams on Spotify. Since social media is where she got her start, it's only right she boasts more than 2 million Instagram followers. She remains committed to pushing her rap career forward.