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Pregnant Zonnique slammed for not marrying baby’s father; Tiny blasts critics

Pregnant Zonnique slammed for not marrying baby's father; Tiny blasts critics
Zonnique Pullins’ parents T.I. and Tiny Harris (Photo credit: Bang Media)

Zonnique Pullins, the pregnant daughter of Tiny Harris, is getting blasted by critics for not wanting to marry the father of her unborn child, rapper Bandhunta Izzy, but her mother came after the haters with a vengeance.

The stepdaughter of music mogul T.I. proclaimed that she is not ready for an even bigger commitment than bringing a newborn into the world, and that is marrying the father.

During an Instagram Live interview with, which is now expired but was recorded by the likes of The Shade Room, Pullins, 24, said she cannot fathom herself being married at this juncture in her young adulthood.

“I’m actually not — my mom is always like, you need to stop saying that — but I feel like, at my age, I don’t really want to get married right now,” Zonnique told HollywoodLife. “I feel like that’s an even bigger commitment. I don’t know. I hate to say that it’s an even bigger commitment than a baby to me, but getting married just seems like so much. Right now, that’s not really what I would like to do.”

Pullins received some scattered showers of hate, which was encapsulated by this tweet below:

When the shade started raining down on Pullins, mother Harris channeled her inner lioness and tore into her daughter’s social media critics:

Some folks took their complaints to the matriarch on Instagram with such admonishments as: “Why not teach ya ‘baby’ not to be another BM but to be a WIFE.”

Harris swatted them away with the swing of one motherly claw:

“Girl get tf off my page wit that s—,” Tiny replied. “She gone be good if she don’t have a husband! I didn’t have one when I had her & we did d— good & we great now!”

Check out the interview in full by flipping the page:

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