City Girl Yung Miami Dragged By Twitter ‘Grandma’ For Asking Diddy ‘So What We Is?’

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City Girls rapper Yung Miami launched her own show called Caresha Please with REVOLT last month. Naturally, her first guest was REVOLT CEO Sean “Diddy” Combs who sat down with the 28-year-old Florida native where they finally confirmed they’re dating. But evidently, a woman on Twitter found the way she sought clarification on the status of their relationship cringeworthy.

On Monday (July 4), an admittedly drunk Yung Miami tweeted, “You’on like the way I talk bitch say something!!!” So, the woman obliged and replied, “It’s very ghetto. It’s making us look bad. When you asked Diddy, ‘so what we is?’ I lost it.” Miami promptly fired back, “Get off Twitter grandma Idfaf!”

While it’s true Yung Miami did ask Diddy “what we is” during the Caresha Please debut, people seemed more interested in seeing the couple’s chemistry.

Yung Miami repeatedly denied being in a romantic relationship with the Bad Boy Records mogul despite multiple displays of PDA over the last several months. In a December 2021 interview with the WGCI Morning Show, Yung Miami was asked if she and Diddy were an item, to which she firmly replied, “No.”

But finally, Diddy clarified during their discussion, “We go have dates, we’re friends, we go to exotic locations, we have great times. We got to strip clubs, church. I’m gonna take you to church […]  We date. We’re dating.”

Yung Miami proved her loyalty to Diddy during the 2022 BET Awards in Los Angeles where he received the BET Lifetime Achievement Award. She held a sign from the audience that read, “Go Papi!” as he delivered his acceptance speech. However, he didn’t mention her at all — instead, he talked about his late ex Kim Porter and former longtime flame Cassie.

Yung Miami didn’t seem too bothered though, issuing a swift, “Girl please!” to a tweet pointing out the apparent snub. Diddy thanked her for the gesture nearly a week later, writing on Instagram it was “one of the sweetest things anyone’s ever done for me.”