Tiny's Daughter Zonnique Reveals Long-Term Issues With Her Blue Eye Color Surgery

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Nov. 2 2018, Published 10:07 p.m. ET

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Tiny's daughter, Zonnique Pullins endured an eye-color changing surgery in 2015 when she decided to change her eye color from brown to a "grayish-blue." She's now revealing that she's regretting that decision after a commenter asked her on Instagram if it was a good idea to do the procedure. Keep reading to hear more details.

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On a photo Zonnique posted on IG, a fan commented and asked if the procedure was worth it and to ask about her experience. "I’ve never liked to recommend anyone to do it," she wrote.

"I can say that the experience wasn’t the best in the long term but everyone is different. My moms are fine,” she continued. “My eye started bothering me, the doctor told me that ‘you could possibly go blind.'”

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The surgery gave Zonnique eye implants which changed her pupil's color and she made her decision to change after her mom did the same surgery. Tiny traveled to Tunisia to do it and she permanently changed her eye color from brown to “ice gray.”

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Tiny explained to ABC News about her own experience saying, "They told me the procedure would be quick, like five or ten minutes in my eye. They woke me up and it was very blurry, and then it kind of just fades in. I looked in the mirror and I was like, they’re amazing. I just wanted to do something different,” Tiny added. “And I have the right to do that. It’s my body.”

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But it seems as though the 22-year-old changed back to her original brown earlier this year.

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Would you ever go through an eye-color changing surgery? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!


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