Yung Miami Says She’s Living Life On Her Own Terms After Confirming Diddy Dating Rumors
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Yung Miami Says She’s Living Life On Her Own Terms After Confirming Diddy Dating Rumors

Yung Miami doesn’t care what anyone says because she’s living her best life. The City Girls’ rapper, born Caresha Brownlee, hopped on Instagram following the premiere of her REVOLT TV podcast Caresha Please to thank fans for tuning in and also address the criticism surrounding her relationship with Sean “Diddy” Combs. Prior to the REVOLT founder’s appearance on her show, Diddy, 52, and Miami, 28, have been fueling dating rumors after they were spotted out together on more than one occasion.

The “Top Notch” artist has even teased a few intimate moments between the two of them on social media. During the June 9th episode, they both confirmed the rumors that they were dating. The Monday after, the mother of two responded to some of the negativity. “Y’all always gonna come and say ‘don’t do this and don’t do that,’” Miami said. “Don’t tell me what the f— to do because I’m living my best motherf—ing life. I don’t need no relationship advice from nobody, ’cause y’all bi—es ain’t married neither. Y’all bi—es ain’t been together with y’all men. Like, please. I don’t need no relationship advice from nobody.”

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She also lets it be known that she isn’t being played and that she’s in control of her dating life. “I don’t need relationship advice from nobody on the Internet. I’m good. I’m having a good time. I know how to keep a man,” she continued. “If I wanted to have a man, I know how to keep one. I don’t need no relationship advice from y’all. Y’all bi—es ain’t married. Y’all bi—es is baby mamas. Shut the f— up. Ain’t no n—a walking me, ain’t no n—a treating me no type of way. Bi—, I get princess treatment.”

In the words of the City Girls “Period.”

In the podcast episode, Miami asked Diddy the infamous question when dating, “what we is?”

He responded, “We date. We’re dating. … We go have dates. We’re friends. We go to exotic locations. We have great times. We go to strip clubs, church. Imma take you to church.”

Both clarified that they were single but enjoy spending time with one another.

The premiere episode reportedly broke viewership records for the network with nearly two million viewers and one billion impressions.

Yung Miami & Diddy Talk Their Relationship Status, Dating, Love Records & More | Caresha Please

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