Tiny Harris from XSCAP3 Shares Loving Tribute on Daughter Zonnique's 24th Birthday
Tiny Harris made sure to greet her daughter Zonnique Pullins on her 24th birthday amid the worldwide Coronavirus pandemic.
Millions around the world are currently on self-quarantine due to the growing Coronavirus pandemic, but despite everything happening, Tiny Harris made sure to greet her eldest daughter Zonnique Pullins a happy 24th birthday.
The Harris family joins millions around the world in self-quarantine due to the Coronavirus.
CELEBRATING IN SELF-QUARANTINE
Tiny and the rest of her family made sure to celebrate Zonnique's birthday at home, showering the birthday girl with love on her special day. On Instagram, the proud mom made sure to share a series of tributes to her darling daughter, letting her know that they're still "turning up" for her amid the pandemic.
"You were born my superstar, so I called u Star!! Keep shining baby.. my living Barbie.. we still turning up for ya today!!"
A BETTER YEAR FOR ZONNIQUE
Earlier this month, Tiny anticipated her daughter's birthday by sharing an old video of her daughter's music group, the "OMG Girlz." Despite Zonnique's talent, the song on the video unfortunately never hit the radio, but those in the crowd enjoyed singing along nonetheless.
Now that she's 24, Tiny is confident that she will achieve a lot more, especially it being her "Kobe year." The proud mom ensured Zonnique that they were going to make this a prosperous year for her.
"I'm so proud of the woman you are at 24 this is your Kobe year!! So we gone make it a great prosperous one! I love u more than life itself. Don't ever forget it!"
THE THREAT OF COVID-19
The Harris family joins millions around the world in self-quarantine due to the Coronavirus. The highly-contagious virus put the world into a sudden standstill, with countries on lockdown, schools and non-essential stores closed, and with workers laid off or asked to work from home.
Now that the threat is growing, celebrities have urged their followers to protect all those around them by complying to the self-quarantine measures, and by staying home.
We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to online updates from CDC, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!