Zonnique Pullins, T.I.‘s stepdaughter, is accusing a doll company of plagiarizing the aesthetic of OMG Girlz, a group she was in during her teenage years.

The 26-year-old made her accusation via Instagram, uploading photos that juxtaposed her group with L.O.L. Surprise! O.M.G. (Outrageous Millennial Girls) Dolls.

“Do these dolls look familiar? Let me know in the comments,” Pullins captioned her upload.

The photos showed how the O.M.G. Dolls allegedly based various products on the OMG Girlz’ lewks.


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The vast majority of comments beneath the post were supportive of Pullins.

Additionally, she polled her followers on the matter through her Instagram Story, having them choose between “Hope you got paid” and “Nope, don’t see [the resemblance].” Approximately 95% of respondents sided with Pullins.

Her mother, Tameka “Tiny” Cottle Harris, also added in her two cents.

She initially uploaded a 25-second video of the OMG Girlz performing in Philadelphia back in 2016. However, the video was accompanied by various photos that seemingly showed how the doll brand copied the group’s aesthetic.


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Tiny also accused the doll brand of basing a toy, “Major Lady,” off of her likeness.

“Major Girl v. Major Lady. & if what I posted wasn’t enough already! This Major Lady doll took me out!!! Orange hair & in a Quartet group, she wrote beneath the photo. “Am I trippin?!”


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L.O.L. Surprise! hasn’t publicly acknowledged the matter on social media.

Additionally, it’s currently unclear if Pullins or Tiny, who formed OMG Girlz back in 2009, will pursue legal action.

The doll company was created back in 2016, right around the time OMG Girlz — known as OMG (Officially Miss Guided) at the time — broke up.

Since the dissolution, Pullins has released a series of tracks under her first name, Zonnique. Her former groupmates, Bahja Rodriguez and Breaunna Womack, have also released solo projects.