Yung Miami Seemingly Responds After DJ Akademiks Says Her Only Talent Is 'Pimping These Dudes Out'

DJ Akademiks and Yung Miami have been feuding since Akademiks called her Diddy’s side piece.

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There is no love lost between DJ Akademiks and Yung Miami.

On Tuesday, Ak commented on the rapper’s career once again during his Twitch stream.

"Yung Miami is, to me, a clown. She's a one-trick pony," he said. "She is not talented [enough] to do anything else. The only active talent is to be like, 'Yo, I'm pimping these dudes out.' While you come out in interviews and you were crying. You talked to Diddy to DM me. 'Yo, please, he's calling me a side chick.'"

Akademiks then spoke directly to Diddy.

"Diddy, the only reason I'm going back in on her, I heard her on some show, she called me a very naughty word," he said. "Diddy...respect to you but check your girl."

According to XXL, Miami took to the comment section of the Neighborhood Talk’s Instagram post to write “Batty Boy,” a homophobic phrase in Jamaican slang. The comment appears to have since been deleted.

Akademiks, who was born in Jamaica, and the City Girls emcee have been feuding since Ak called her Diddy’s side piece, after the hip-hop mogul welcomed a baby with another woman and was still dating Miami.

"[Yung Miami] is not my side chick," Diddy tweeted in December. "Never has been, never will be. She's very important and special to me, and I don't play about my Shawty Wop. I don't discuss things on the internet and I will not start today."

In a recent profile with complex, Yung Miami discussed how Diddy was integral to the start of her podcast, Caresha Please.

“Diddy had came and then after the show, [he] was like, ‘I like the way you was answering them questions,’ and that hit me off guard," she said. "I was like, ‘Huh?’ [and] he was like, ‘You got such a great strong personality; I want to link up with you or whatever.’ So I had ended up linking up with him at Miami at his house, and he was like, ‘You ever thought about doing a podcast?’ And I was like, ‘No,’” she says with a straight face. “[But] he was like, ‘I think you would do good. I think you’d be a great host.’”

Check out the rest of Complex's Yung Miami profile here.

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