Zonnique Pullins shared a video with her real dad to wish him a Happy Father’s Day a couple of days ago. Some of her fans accused her of not posting something with T.I. instead. Check out the video in which she claims she’s twinning with her father.
‘Happy Father’s day to my crazy ass twin who I’m always gone act a fool about cause he does the same for me! love you daddy?’ Zonnique Pullins captioned the video featuring Zonnie Pullins, who is her natural dad.
‘Ohhh so this is the Zeeboe from the Xscape video “do you want to” lmao ..i’m all late! I was wondering why she picked that name to say in the video??’ one of her fans wrote.
‘she did on her Insta story. HER dad has always been there and raised her as well. He’s just not in the spotlight. Can’t give t.i all the credit for her, her father has always been in her life he’s just not famous. So you don’t hear much about him like you did back in the Xscape days. She didn’t have to post him here but know she showed him love as well,’ someone slammed the haters who accused her of not posting something with Tip as well.
‘Who are you to tell her what she needs to post? She can post HER father. By the way, she did post t.i. She doesn’t have to post him here, but she showed him love as well. Even if she sent him a text or called him and told him, that’s her business, not yours to dictate how it should’ve been done,’ another follower wrote.
‘@zonniquejailee never gets in their business. She did post t.i. If she wants to post HER father she can do that. She doesn’t have to make a whole post about t.i. Even if she texted or called him and didn’t post about him. That’s not your business,’ someone else said referring to the fact that Zonnique does not interfere with Tiny Harris and Tip’s life.
‘Her dad is cute!!!! How did tiny go from sexy chocolate to lite skin? I wonder if I can switch to lite skin ?’ a commenter gushed over her natural dad.
‘She already posted pictures with tip but she has the right to post her real dad yall must don’t watch TV everybody knows she is TI stepdaughter come on now,’ a follower defended her.