City Girls rap star Yung Miami is finally explaining what seems to be her greatest pet peeve. The Florida rapper posted an Instagram Live video where she addressed her hate for people calling her by her real name.
Yung Miami Explains Hating Real Name
Yung Miami clarified in the live video that she prefers her fans to call her by her stage name rather than her real one. YM explained that she finds it annoying for people she doesn’t know or isn’t close with calling her Caresha and asked her supporters to respect her preferences.
Yung Miami Feeling Violated By Fans
Earlier this month, during an Instagram Live video that had the rap community buzzing for multiple reasons, Lil Uzi Vert (boyfriend of City Girls’ member JT) referred to Yung Miami by her real first name (Caresha). Ever since then, apparently Yung Miami has been dealing with fans calling her by her real name instead of her rap name.
“I been feeling violated every time a b*tch see me in public they keep yelling ‘Caresha’ STOP DOING THAT I DON’T LIKE THAT!”
Yung Miami, Lil Mama + Alexis Skyy Support Game
Last week, after going to Twitter with some more thoughts on covering his bae’s finances, a handful of celebs showed Game love. The rap heavyweight’s key points centered on men taking on responsibilities and holding down their queens.
“Why she gotta pay 1/2 the rent ?? She giving you 1/2 the pussy or sumn ??? Niggas kill me…. since the beginning of time REAL MEN have always taken care of shelter, providing & protecting. & if you ain’t got it… go get it !!! … If you’re lucky enough to land an independent woman who works her a** off & still comes home to cook, clean, take care of kids & go krazy sexually…. let her stack what she make in case y’all need it one day & still handle everything as a man !!! … Everybody different, but it just ain’t in me to let MY WOMAN share the worry of paying for ANYTHING. I feel good carrying that load & im not changing !!!
The Los Angeles native also acknowledged how good a man should feel about providing for his woman.
Among those to support his words were Yung Miami, Lil Mama, and Alexis Skyy. The trio reacted to an Instagram screenshot of Game’s eye-opening tweets.
“I stand with you @losangelesconfidential” – Lil Mama
“EXACTLY!!!!” – Yung Miami
“Period” – Alexis Skyy
Yung Miami Calls Out Judge For Foul Play
Earlier this month, Miami called out the judge in the George Floyd trial for seemingly favoring the police officer who killed Floyd, Devin Chauvin. When a fan responded to YM’s statement shortly afterward, YM was quick to reply by emphasizing her original words and standing by them.
“I feel like the judge is on Derek Chauvin side! SMH.”