Diddy and Yung Miami are evidently still going strong after making their romance official earlier this year.
Earlier this week, the Bad Boy mogul professed his admiration for the City Girls rapper by gifting her an icy chain with a pendant that spells out “Love,” a nod to his R&B-leaning alias.
The diamond-encrusted neck piece was posted online by celebrity jeweler, Beny “Benny Da Jeweler” Nisanov, who gave his Instagram followers a close-up of the glistening gift.
“Love pendant with a big baguette chain !!! @YungMiami305 gift from @Diddy,” he captioned a video on his Instagram Stories.
The gift could possibly be tied to the acclaim Yung Miami has received for her REVOLT interview series, Caresha Please, which recently earned nomination for Best Hip Hop Platform at the 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards.
It was on the show where Diddy confirmed that he and Miami are indeed a couple following months of speculation. “We go have dates, we’re friends, we go to exotic locations, we have great times,” he said. After Miami asked him to define their relationship, he replied: “We date. We’re dating.”
The power couple enjoyed a vacation in Paris together in July, where the Quality Control signee posted a slideshow on Instagram featuring a romantic photo of her and Puff holding hands.
Fans have routinely tried to connect some of Yung Miami’s cryptic social media messages to her relationship with Diddy, such as a tweet in August revealing she was “having a mental breakdown.” However, the Florida native promptly shut down the notion that it was related to her love life.
“People really make up stories,” she said on Instagram Live. “Y’all make up so much shit… This shit I read about me online, yo I had a mental breakdown because of something I was going through in my personal work-life.”
She added: “It had nothing to do with a man. Y’all really think I had a mental breakdown about a man and gonna get on the internet and tweet?”
Diddy remains busy on the business side. Earlier this week, it was announced he had partnered with LeBron James’ SpringHill to produce a pilot for a new Fat Joe-hosted interview series coming to STARZ.
“We’re about to create the biggest and most culturally-relevant series on television,” Joey Crack said in a statement. “With Puff, LeBron, the incredible team at STARZ and myself teaming up, you have a dream team that is guaranteed to produce TV gold.”