Tiny Harris's Daughter, Zonnique Pullins, Learns No Good Deed Goes Unpunished After Sharing This Video

Tiny Harris's Daughter, Zonnique Pullins, Learns No Good Deed Goes Unpunished After Sharing This Video
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Zonnique Pullins is doing great things, but as the saying goes -- no good deed goes unpunished.

Recently, the daughter of Tiny Harris took to social media, where she announced that in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, she has teamed up with a company to provide one of her many followers the opportunity to win $1000.

The stepdaughter of rapper T.I. shared the instructions with her fans and told them how to win. Zonnique, 24, was flooded with comments from mothers, grandmothers, and a few men who revealed their touching reasons why the money would help them.

However, a few critics slammed VH1’s T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle ’s star for running what they assumed was a scam.

Bandhunata Izzy's girlfriend said this about the stimulus giveaway: "Do you need a $1000 stimulus? Well, we will give ONE person a $1000 stimulus via PayPal cash! It only takes 30 seconds to enter!"

This person had the following to say: "I would use the money to help me with my bills also begin able to get set up right so I can just focus on school getting back into that is very important for me I’m the only hope left in my family I lose my mother at 16 life hasn’t been easy for me I’m trying to do the right thing and stay out the streets so receiving that money not only does it help me but it will go towards a great cost for me and give me a little hope that I can make it I’ve been battling with my thoughts and fighting for the right thing it’s getting hard for me so to you, and your team could help I would be so greatly appreciated."

A grateful fan shared: "It’s so crazy how many people are hurting right now! This is awesome of you, @zonniquejailee."

This follower stated: "I will pay all my bills to get everything my kids need not want. Get my van right and whatever is left, put it in my savings and use it for emergency use only."

One critic called her out and said it was a scam: "No, the only one that wins is the person promoting it that’s bout it."

Another commenter chimed in: "Y'all still falling for this sh*t?"

This backer explained: "Thank you! God bless all of you💙. Even if I don’t win. I’m glad you showed something positive to make somebody like me have hope."

Zonnique is always positive, she should not listen to critics, her supporters say.

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