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‘Beautiful Like Ya Mama’: Fans Rave Over Zonnique Pullins’ Beauty, Resemblance to Mother Tiny Harris

It’s looks like Xscape singer Tameka “Tiny” Harris passed down the beauty gene to her daughter Zonnique Pullins.

The 23-year-old former “OMG Girlz” singer sent fans into a tizzy after sharing some recent pictures displaying her natural beauty. She uploaded a selfie of herself out and about, rocking a fresh face and a casual blue tank top. She also kept her hair simple, sporting a low bun, and rocked a pair of rainbow-framed sunglasses.

Pullins noted she was heading to an optometrist’s office, seemingly for a follow-up.

Zonnique Pullins
Zonnique Pullins. @zonniquejailee/Instagram

“Bighead selfie because I hardly post myself on a regular day 🙄,” she said via Instagram Wednesday afternoon. “Side note: these are my first shades with prescription I’m excited.”

Her post was bombarded by fans who were astonished by her beauty, comparing her looks to Harris.

“💜 like them glasses u look so beautiful just like ya mama 😘.”

“So pretty and those glasses are errrthing 👌🏽🔥I love ur humbleness 💖.Tiny did a great job!”

“Girl you and your mom look just alike soooo pretty 🤗!”

Zonnique Pullins
Tiny Harris and Zonnique Pullins. @zonniquejailee/Instagram

Harris herself chimed in underneath her daughter’s post, writing, “U so damn cute.”

Pullins’ shares a close relationship with her mother, being that Harris is her music manager. The mother of four is also extremely protective Pullins, for example, being the first to defend her daughter from rumor-mongerers who claimed she was pregnant.

As for the mother-daughter duo’s working relationship, Pullins said it was initially hard having her mother managing her music career because of how “tough” she was. But now, they’ve learned to find a common ground.

“In the beginning it was pretty rough,” Pullins told “The Real” during a guest appearance on the show in February 2018. “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.”

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