Throughout her entire life, Amiyah struggled with bullying and an identity crisis that needed either acceptance or change. She opted for change, but sadly her parents didn't embrace her decision, leaving her all alone as an independent transgender teenage looking for answers.

In 2015 Scott joined the cast of Bravo's Real Housewives of Atlanta; unfortunately, her appearances didn't get aired. However, now she feels like she's at the top of the world-- starring as Cotton in Lee Daniels' new series, Star--with her parents' blessing to be who she is. 

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To know more in details about the transgender star, here are some riveting wikis about her, ranging from her life before and transition, her dating life to her idols and her own pieces of advice:

1. Amiyah Scott: Wiki-Like-Bio Featuring Age, & Life Before Transgender Transition

Born Arthur Scott on 11 January 1988, in Manhattan NYC, Amiyah grew up in New Orleans Lousiana.

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At an early age, she discerned that she didn’t resonate with the gender she was conceived with. Growing up as a transgender girl, she didn’t have many role models. She was all alone in her battle against her own identity.

2. Amayah Scott's Transgender Timeline & Her Family Struggles

At the young age of 15, Amiyah underwent a partial male to female transition. She had explained to her family that she no longer wanted to be identified as male.

When she turned 17, she entirely made her transformation into a female, however, had to fight for her family’s acceptance.

Scott then decided to move out on her own and explored opportunities; striving as a transgender and independent teenager. However, soon after moving out, her parents came to visit her;  accepting and supporting her from there on out.

That moment not only reconciled her relationship with her family, but it proved as one of the most decisive moments in her life.

3. Amayah Scott's Idolization Of RuPaul Comes Full Circle

Before her transition, Scott penned a beautifully written letter to American drag queen RuPaul in an age where social media hadn’t grown into influence; expressing her dreams, struggles and how Ru had given her hope to keep on pushing.

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Five years later, she got to meet her favorite idol in person.

I was in New York back in 2006 for this Underground Ballroom show called POCC. So I went backstage to get my hair and makeup done, and Ru happened to be there.

She said I was beautiful and was going to do well. I wish I still had that letter. I would love to read it to her.

Oh, how beautiful life is!

4. Amiyah Scott's Relationship With Boyfriend, Kellon Deryck: Fake or Not?

Amiyah has been rumored to be dating many rappers.

However, at one time, in early 2015, while she was filming for RHOA, she brought her hair stylist Kellon Deryck to pose as her boyfriend-- in a reported ‘fake’ relationship. On social media, she and her boyfriend looked like a real couple.

They even had an amicable split in August 2015 despite herself calling it a fake relationship.

In 2018, Her then-boyfriend was spotted with Rob Kardashian’s Ex, Blac Chyna.

5. Who is Amayah Scott's Husband? Dating Update

Now that you've gotten to know the resilient princess get to know about her current affairs. 

For someone who grew up with loneliness, Amayah, age 30, knows the most fundamental problem when it comes to dating someone.

It's not the dating issues that terrifies people; it's rejection that sends shivers down the majority of look seeking birds.

Those who find love and eventually get to taste the bitter heartache are fearful of dating because they want to avoid making the same mistakes again--going through the same pain still.

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Fortunately, Scott, now a mature-like lady, is giving dating tips from her own experience. She says that dating isn't the issue. 

So what is? Well, according to her, when you love someone or something more than yourself, when you don't know yourself or don't feel like you deserve anyone, that's the core flaw that stops you from finding the right husband/wife material. Her advice on choosing the right partner:

Know yourself and your worth and don’t tolerate more than you should or deserve. Love yourself more than anything Everything else is secondary (except children)

As of September 2018, Amayah Scott doesn't have a husband to make her advice seem more accurate. But she doesn't need to anyway.