Rapper T.I. and wife Tiny are about to be grandparents

Their eldest child has announced that a baby is on the way

The Harrises are growing by one very soon.

Atlanta rapper T.I. and his wife Tameka “Tiny” Harris are welcoming a new grandchild after their daughter Zonnique Pullins announced she’s pregnant.

Pullins, 24, is the “Go Get It” rapper’s stepdaughter, and she is the first of the family’s now seven children. She made the announcement about expecting a baby girl during an appearance with her famous dad on Fox Soul talk show “The Mix.”

During the show, Jamie DuBose, one of the show’s hosts, pulled out a photo of a sonogram while speaking with the guests, including Pullins and T.I.

DuBose kept the guests guessing whose sonogram it was. T.I. was asked whose it was, and he said, “I know it ain’t Niqqi,” he said. “... Anybody but Niqqi,” referring to his stepdaughter.

Pullins broke the news after his response.

“It’s me, Pop,” she said with a smile. “That’s what’s going on in ‘The Mix’ today.”

The rapper responded with a smile and shock. T.I. insisted that he pour another drink during the show. The banter and surprise made for lots of laughs on the live show. One of the hosts called him a granddad, but the 39-year-old said he didn’t quite consider himself a grandfather yet, considering the freshness of the announcement.

In an interview with People, Pullins revealed that she was “kind of sad” when she first discovered she was pregnant. Her boyfriend, Baltimore rapper Bandhunta Izzy, 23, helped her change her mind about the new arrival.

“I have a million brothers and sisters, so I’ve always been the one like, ‘I’m not having a baby anytime soon,’ " she told the magazine. “That was always my thing. So I was kind of sad at first, and my boyfriend was really excited from the jump. He was like, ‘You know, it’s whatever you want to do.’

She continued: “But after a while, I’m like, ‘Now I feel like I can do this. It’s something that will mature me and change me in a great way.’ I’m trying to wrap my head around it, and now we are here.”

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