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Tiny Comments On Zonnique’s Wedding Date Photo With Her Boyfriend

The Xscape songstress also reveals her take on marriage and grandkids in a new interview.

It's no secret that Xscape R&B singer Tiny loves being a wife and mother, and it appears the mother of seven may be ready to pass the torch much sooner than we thought.

  • Recently, Tiny's eldest daughter, Zonnique Pullins, and her boyfriend, Baltimore-bred rapper Band Hunnit Izzy, were spotted getting cozy at a wedding. Izzy uploaded a photo of himself and the former OMG Girl posing for a flick, while making it known that his girl 'Nique "caught the bouquet."

  • As most know, traditionally when a guest catches the bride's bouquet at the ceremonial affair, it means she is next in line to tie the knot. 

    Well, it appears Tiny approved of her 23-year-old daughter's catch (and Izzy's caption), commenting under the photo "Ya'll so cute," along with two heart emoji's.

     

  • During a recent press run for her latest single "I Love You," and upcoming solo EP, the Xscape singer and wife of T.I. stopped by Fox 5, where she opened up about marriage and what she's learned during her 18-year-relationship with Tip.

    "[Marriage] is great, it's a work in progress,” she explained. “Marriage is very hard, but we work at it every day. And as long as you have two people that are willing to work, and that really love each other, I think you can try and get through anything. Almost anything."

    When asked if she plans to have any more kids, the 43-year-old artist revealed she has retired her mommy crown for now, but is patiently waiting to be a grandmother.

    "I will wait on grandkids,” she answered. “They'll probably be coming in the next 5 years."

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