Yung Miami is sick of people telling her how to be in a relationship. The City Girls rapper clapped back at relationship critics on Monday, taking to Instagram Live to tell her haters to “shut the fuck up” and to leave her and her new beau Diddy alone.
“Y’all always gonna come and say don’t do this and don’t do that,” Miami said. “Don’t tell me what the fuck to do because I’m living my best motherfucking life. I don’t need no relationship advice from nobody cause y’all bitches ain’t married neither, y’all bitches ain’t been together with ya’ll men, like please I don’t need no relationship advice from nobody.”
She continued, “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. 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 bitches ain’t married. Y’all bitches is baby mama’s. Shut the fuck up. Ain’t no n***a walking me, ain’t no n***a treating me no type of way. Bitch I get princess treatment.”
After Yung Miami spent months repeatedly denying any romantic involvement with Diddy, the City Girls rapper invited the Bad Boy Records mogul to be the first guest on her new talk show Caresha Please, and finally confirmed the pair were dating.
“We go have dates, we’re friends, we go to exotic locations, we have great times,” Diddy said. “We got to strip clubs, church. I’m gonna take you to church.”
Miami asked Diddy to elaborate on where they stood, and he maintained that he's still a single man but agreed the rapper was one of the "realest” people he's ever met.
Watch the first episode of Caresha Please below, which premiered on Diddy's Revolt TV.