December 29, 2020
Zonnique Pullins is over the moon as she welcomed her daughter with rapper Bandhunta Izzy. T.I.'s son Domani recently shared a sneak peek of Zonnique's newborn baby on Instagram.
Zonnique Pullins, daughter of Tameka "Tiny" Harris and step-daughter of rapper T.I., recently gave birth to her baby girl, whom she shares with rapper Bandhunta Izzy. The whole family is obviously thrilled.
Domani Harris, T.I.'s son, was one proud uncle as he shared a snapshot of himself holding the family's newest bundle of joy. The 19-year-old budding rapper captioned the post: "Unc vibes."
A PROUD UNCLE
In the snap, a serious-faced Domani cradles the bundled-up baby in his arms as he reclines on what appears to be a couch. He used a shining effect photo filter to conceal the baby's face.
The photo quickly amassed more than 35,000 likes in just 5 hours. Fans of the rapper, who has more than 600,000 followers on Instagram, flocked to the comment box to send their well-wishes.
Zonnique gave birth to her daughter on December 17, making the holidays extra memorable for her and her extended family. Her baby's arrival was first announced on her Fox Soul talk show, "The Mix."
"Compared to stories I've heard growing up...I have not one complaint about how it has been for me."
ZONNIQUE AND IZZY
Zonnique revealed her pregnancy on August 4, after much speculation on the internet. By that time, the "Where the Boys At?" singer was already five months pregnant with her first child with Izzy.
Like Izzy, Zonnique's step-brother Domani is also a rising hip hop star.
Izzy, an Atlanta-based rapper, is already father to two children, with whom Zonnique appears to have a good relationship, as shown on his Instagram posts.
The rapper, who counts Gucci Mane among his close friends, has been making waves in the hip hop music scene. On July 28, 2020, he released a music video for his latest single, "Rich Too Fast."
Like Izzy, Zonnique's step-brother Domani is also a rising hip hop star. Earlier this year, he released his new music video for his song, "The Truth." He and Terrius Mykel directed the music video.
He earlier quit from the VH1 reality show, "T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle," where he appeared for two seasons, because he wanted to take on a new path for himself.