Zonnique Pullins’ first photo with her baby girl is here! The new mom looked gorgeous while holding her daughter’s stroller with her boyfriend, Bandhunta Izzy, who celebrated his 24th birthday on Dec. 30.
For his 24th birthday, Zonnique Pullins‘ boyfriend gave a present to his fans: his and Zonnique’s first photo with their baby girl! Bandhunta Izzy posted their first family photo on Dec. 30, which showed the hip-hop artist and Zonnique, 24, holding onto the handle of the stroller that carried their baby girl. Their newborn baby was hidden under the pram’s pink Minnie Mouse print cover.
Zonnique stunned in the photo, wearing a cute black bomber jacket with ripped jeans. Her boyfriend, meanwhile, also looked stylish in a Gucci tee and $730 Men’s Gucci Tennis 1977 high-top sneakers. “Spendin my 24th C day like dis,” Bandhunta Izzy captioned the family photo.
This isn’t the first time Zonnique and Bandhunta Izzy’s baby has made an appearance on Instagram. T.I. and Tameka “Tiny” Harris‘s first grandchild was also seen in a photo that Zonnique’s stepbrother, Domani Harris, shared on Dec. 28. The little one was bundled up in a pink blanket — it looks like pink is this baby’s color!
Zonnique Pullins with her baby bump in Sept. 2020. (Photo Courtesy of Instagram/@zonniquejailee)
Zonnique’s first child entered the world just a little over two weeks ago, whose birth was announced on the Instagram account for Zonnique’s FOX Soul show The Mix. On Dec. 15, Zonnique’s co-workers wrote, “Congratulations to Zonnique on the arrival of her baby girl. Our princess arrived this morning at 6:27 am weighing in at 8lbs, 8oz and 21 inches long!”
A week after the birth, Tiny also gave an update on how her daughter has been doing. “Zonnique’s doing great,” the Xscape singer happily reported on the Dec. 22 episode of The Mix. She continued, “She’s getting her rest in, as much as she can. The baby’s sleeping all the time so she’s been able to rest a lot.” T.I. also joined the interview, and both he and Tiny revealed what they want their grandchild to call them (once she can talk, that is).