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Reginae Carter Says Her BFF Zonnique Pullins Keeps Her Calm Through “This Craziness”

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Reginae Carter, the well-known media personality, fired up her social media platforms to celebrate her bestie’s birthday; the 23-year-old TV personality praised singer & actor Zonnique Pullins with an adorable message accompanied by never-seen-before photos of the two.

On Pullins’ 25th birthday, on March 20, Carter, best known for her portrayal of ‘Lydia’ in the TV feature ‘Pride & Prejudice: Atlanta,’ expressed how much she is satisfied with Pullins’ friendship through her verified Instagram account. Alongside a series of photos of the two that is proof that they have a long-time friendship, Carter added the following message as a caption:

“Happy birthday to my sister! I love you so much! You deserve the world and then some !! I’m so glad you’re in my life! You keep me calm through this craziness!

After thanking the 24-year-old daughter of Tameka “Tiny” Harris for not only being her side but being herself, the ‘Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta‘ star continued her message as follows:

“I love you so much! Enjoy your Day! I can’t wait till my God baby gets older and realize how much of a dope mom she has! We went Turn tf up on this trip! We doing this sh*t for Tootie !!!”

In return, Pullins, who gave birth to her first child back in December, replied to her BFF through the comments section, with the following message:

“Thank you my nae!!! Sistas for life and after being I love you so much😩💕💕💕”

As may fans remember, back in July, Pullins defended BFF Carter following the well-known rapper Lil Wayne’s ‘Black Lives Matter’ comments. So, Carter is fair; Pullins is a great sidekick.

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