T.I.’s stepdaughter Zonnique Pullins avoided some serious jail time in her gun possession case. If you recall, the 20-year-old singer was arrested last June after TSA discovered a gun in her carry-on bag at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta.
TMZ is reporting that a judge ordered her to pay a $500 fine and complete 60 hours of community service. In addition, she will have to take a gun law training class and submit to random drug tests. If Pullins completes her community service and gun law training classic within 90 days, the gun charge will be dropped.
This is certainly good news for T.I. who celebrated his 36th birthday on Sunday (Sept. 25). Recently, Pullins posted an Instagram video of the birthday dad dancing with his newborn baby daughter, Heiress.
Pullins was a member of the teenaged singing trio OMG Girlz (later re-christened simply OMG) before the group disbanded in 2015. She has released her own singles as a solo artist, including “Heartbreak Kid” and “Can’t Trust’em.”
Attorneys for Pullins had no comment on the matter.