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With an underrated EP, and a starring turn in “Growing Up Hip Hop ATL,” Zonnique Pullins has slowly become a star in her own right. But the work that it takes to step out of the musical shadows cast by mother and stepfather Tiny and T.I. Harris hasn’t been lost on Pullins.

Zonnique Pullins talks fame and growing up in T.I. and Tiny’s musical shadow

DeWayne Rogers

I write. I create. I take photos. In my spare time, I'm also a part-time super-hero. Go figure.


  1. Brenda Turner-Jordan on June 19, 2017 at 8:55 am

    She is a follower and has no mind of her own her friends run her back and forth like a puppet put their hand up her back and demand she go along with what they request instead of following her dream. I know her mother showed her how to hold her own down and stop running after sheisty so called friends.. Boy will she find out years down the road after they have gotten tired of her running interference for them. Ha ha!! The sad part her story is 1 of hundreds that fall by the wayside it’s nothing unique about being slow.

  2. I'm just here on June 20, 2017 at 2:27 am

    She looks as if she just woke up and came there lol still cute though.