Zonnique Pullins Responds To Criticism From Fans For Attending Reginae Carter’s Birthday Party While Pregnant

ATLANTA, GA - OCTOBER 18: Zonnique Pullins attends Trippin on Sundayz featuring Tank at Uptown Comedy Corner on October 18, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia.(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)

Zonnique Pullins Responds To Criticism From Fans For Attending Reginae Carter’s Birthday Party While Pregnant

The party was held at Republic Lounge in Atlanta.

Published November 30th

Written by Paul Meara

Sunday night (November 29) was a crowded one at Republic Lounge in Atlanta as Reginae Carter threw a ‘99 and 2000s themed birthday party, however the event didn’t go without criticism.

Zonnique Pullins, daughter of Tamika ‘Tiny” Harris and stepdaughter of T.I., was in attendance with her boyfriend, Baltimore rapper Bandunta Izzy. Some took issue with her attendance because Zonnique is pregnant, making her particularly vulnerable when it comes to COVID-19.

RELATED: T.I. And Tiny's Daughter, Zonnique Pullins Has Enchanted Forest Theme Baby Shower Fit For A Princess

On Monday, Zonnique shared on Twitter a message to everyone who had negative comments, tweeting, “Y’all wanna babysit or pay for a birthday or something? Concerned internet people?”

After receiving more criticism over her response, Zonnique went to her Instagram and posted a Boomerang video of a health professional prepping COVID-19 tests. She captioned the video, “We get COVID tested three times a week for ‘T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle.’ Y’all don’t have to be fake concerned 24/8.”

The CDC has previously reported that pregnant women are at a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19 than non-pregnant individuals. Health complications such as premature birth are also more likely if exposed to the coronavirus.

For the latest on the coronavirus, check out BET’s blog on the virus, and contact your local health department or visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

Photo: Prince Williams/Wireimage

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