When it comes to big-upping her children, Tiny Harris lets the world know she’s her kids’ No. 1 fan.
Early this week, her eldest daughter Zonnique Pullins sent the internet in waves with her brassy and sassy new hairstyle. She debuted her new platinum-blond ringlets and slayed makeup in a video of herself flipping her hair from side to side. Clearly feeling herself, she showed off her best beauty angles in the clip while singing rapper Mulatto’s “B–ch From Da Souf.”
Harris, clearly a proud mama bear, reposted Pullins’ video, gushing over how beautiful her daughter looked.
“When u hit the Jackpot 🙌🏽,” she wrote via Instagram Wednesday evening. “U just wanna brag a lil…My 1st 💙 @zonniquejailee is Heaven sent!!! 🚫🧢 👑💘.”
The mother of four’s post received over 118,000 likes and several comments from fans who claimed Pullins strongly resembled her.
” Beautiful young smart Queen🔥 dont hurt’em niq niq!! She looks just like you Tiny ❤️.”
“You really do have the most beautiful girls!!! @majorgirl ❤️ i love how proud of a mother you are 😍!”
“I love the blond on her she look so pretty! A true melanin Barbie! Mother and daughter forever 💙☝🏾🙏🏾.”
“She’s gorgeous just like her mother 🔥 I love how you hype up your kids 🙌🏿.”
Pullins, of course, chimed in underneath Harris’ comments and wrote, “I love you mommyyyyyyy 💕.”
The Xscape singer and Pullins share a close bond and Harris even serves as the 23-year-old’s momager.
Pullins is currently signed to her mother’s record label, Pretty Hustle, and starred in popular girl group OMG Girlz in 2012, which was managed by none other than Harris.
The young reality star told “The Real” in February 2018 that it was difficult at first to have her mom managing her due to Harris being tough as nails. However, she and her mother have found a common ground and work well together, she said.
“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.”