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Sunday, June 11, 2017 12:22 PM

Here's How Zonnique Pullins Feels About Her Parents' Divorce Playing Out On Reality TV

By: Monya Fleming

Here's How Zonnique Pullins Feels About Her Parents' Divorce Playing Out On Reality TV
Zonnique Pullins, who is currently starring on "Growing Up Hip Hop", has addressed her parents' marital drama playing out on the reality show "T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle".

Pullins claims she is proud of the estranged couple for showing their "messy stuff" for the world to see.

Zonnique was asked about the current family dynamic now that Tip and Tiny are headed for divorce. 

She said of their relationships, "It seems really the same to me, I would say. I still get to see pops and all my other siblings all the time. I feel like they still see each other. Everything is still the same."

Pullins doesn't seem to mind that her parents aired their dirty laundry, including cheating accusations, on the reality show. 

She explained, "I was really proud. I felt like we are about to show some real drama. Our show is always so family oriented and always so positive. Even if it starts bad, it always ends positive. So I wanted to see some messy stuff. I was ready for it to be a little different and for people to see what really goes on inside a marriage."

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Pullins previously opened up about dealing with the highly-publicized split of her mother, Tiny, and her step-dad, T.I., stating that not much has changed. 

The singer said, "Well, our [Zonnique and T.I.'s] relationship hasn't changed. I feel like they've been married, to me, since they met each other. They've just been so in love from the beginning."
Pullins has witnessed the rocky parts of their marriage previously. "I got to watch so many ups and downs. He says I was 5 when he came around, but I didn't even know it was that early. But just watching them, and being able to see the ins and out of it, the ups and downs, I learned to more just stay out of it."

Zonnique attempts to avoid any of the couple's drama and has found it difficult not to side with her mother over the years. 

She explained, "Me, being my mom's child over his, you kind of get attached and wanting to stick up for my mom and stuff like that and it's really just not your place. So, I just try and stay out of it as much as possible."

Zonnique may not be bothered by Tiny and Tip's relationship drama being televised, but she adds that she won't be doing the same. Pullins, who is dating her high school sweetheart Damian Swann, admits she's hesitant about putting their business out there for the world to see. 

She said Damian will not be appearing on "Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta."

Zonnique adds, "I don’t like how attached people get to your relationship. If something happens in your relationship, they wanna know what happened, they wanna bring your old boo up… People just get too attached."

What do you think about T.I. and Tiny's decision to televise their crumbling marriage and decision to divorce in front of the reality TV cameras?

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