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Yung Miami Reveals Her And Diddy SPLIT



Yung Miami And Diddy Split
Yung Miami together with P Diddy. Image source: Prince Williams, Wireimage.

Yung Miami and Diddy are no longer ‘going together’ really bad.

Yung Miami, one-half of City Girls, gave all the tea in her latest interview with The Cut. She is also their newest cover girl. The Miami rapper gave the latest on her situation with New York mogul Diddy. It turns out that Shawty Wop is no longer with her papi.

Miami And Diddy Were Never Really Exclusive

The pair were candid about their dating life, not shy of letting people know they were both single and ready to mingle. The award-winning podcaster, Yung Miami, explained to The Cut why she and Diddy were so open about being together: eventually, people would find out anyway.

“We was just like, if we’re going to put it out there, we’re going to be the ones that talk. I don’t like anyone talking for me,” Caresha added.

An Interesting Dynamic, Some Failed To Understand

Yung Miami and Diddy went public over the Summer of 2022 with an interesting dynamic, and some failed to understand. The situation never really had a title, but we definitely knew they “go together, real bad.”

Caresha once explained to XXL magazine what she meant when she said they go together. “When we’re together, we’re together. We’re having the time of our lives, but we’re still single,” said Yung Miami.

Are The Pain Friends Still?

Yung Miami explained they are both “still good friends” and that Diddy is just not her man. “We had our own situation, I’m not gonna put a title on it. We were f***ing with each other hard,” the Miami rapper reiterated.

Also, shockingly revealing that the pair were together every day at one point.

Yung Miami Is A Force

Caresha Brownlee is a force to be reckoned with and has been paving her way in the industry as more than a rapper. Her podcast, “Caresha Please,” appeared in movies like “You People,” and still does festivals performing with JT.

City Girls performing. Image source: Getty Image.

“Caresha Please” is on Revolt, which was founded by Sean “Diddy” Combs.

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