Tiny Harris, a member of the girl group Xscape, recently shared a photo featuring herself and her eldest daughter Zonnique Pullins, and fans were stunned by the duo’s “strong” resemblance to one another.
The “Understanding” singer took to Instagram on March 7 and posted an image of herself, Pullins and her close friends singer Monica Brown and reality star Shekinah Jo Anderson. The group attended Harris and T.I.‘s 14-year-old son’s first major performance, at Underground Atlanta.
In the photo, each of the ladies struck a pose, and coincidentally both Harris and her daughter Pullins hit the exact same pose, with their left hand on their hip. Fans also pointed out how the 22-year-old’s facial structure and nose is almost identical to her mother’s. Harris who clearly admires her daughter’s beauty, made mention of how “gorgeous” her daughter looked in the image.
“Nothing but a family affair!!” the mother of four wrote. “Surrounded by real love p.s my 1st💙 @zonniquejailee is Gorgeous 😮🙌🏽💁🏼♀️ #FamilyFirst #FamilyHustle 👑.”
Fans agreed with Harris’ comment highlighting her daughter’s beauty, but many were more stunned by the mother-daughter duo’s resemblance.
“Tiny she favors you strongly in this pic omg ❤️💥!” one fan said, seemingly in disbelief. “Yall are twins!
“I never knew she favored you this much,” a second person wrote. “Y’all twinning in this picture.”
“You and your daughter have identical face shapes and eyes. All of you ladies look absolutely gorgeous ❤️❤️!” another fan added.
“@majorgirl aka your twin 😍,” someone else commented. ” Nothing like a mother & daughter love… they are BETTER versions of ourselves 🌸.”
Harris and Pullins seemingly have a close bond, and Harris serves as the former “Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta” star’s “momager.” In 2012, Harris managed girl group “OMG Girlz,” which starred her eldest daughter, and Pullins is currently signed to her mother’s record label, Pretty Hustle.
Pullins told “The Real” in February 2018 that it was difficult at first having Harris manage her because her mom was extra hard on her. However, she said that she and her mother have found a common ground and work well together.
“In the beginning it was pretty rough,” Pullins told the cast. “We just didn’t jell at first because I felt like she’s mom, don’t go so hard on me. But now that I’m older we found the balance of working together, and now it works out.”