Yung Miami Reacts To Tweets Criticizing Her ‘BMF’ Debut: ‘The More They Hate The More Opportunities Come!’

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Yung Miami Reacts To Tweets Criticizing Her ‘BMF’ Debut: ‘The More They Hate The More Opportunities Come!’

Yung Miami isn’t letting critics dim her light following her “BMF” debut. 

The Starz series recently aired its latest episode which featured City Girls rapper Yung Miami.

“BMF” (Black Mafia Family) tells a seemingly exaggerated version of the true story of Detroit brothers Terry and Demetrius Flenory, who are working together to build a powerful multi-state drug and money laundering organization.

If you caught the newest episode then you know Yung Miami played Deanna, the wife of the Flenory brothers’ business associate Ty Washington.


Yung Miami has been receiving a lot of feedback over the ending of the episode, with some viewers claiming she could have been more convincing when learning about the death of her fictional husband. 

During the premiere of the episode, Miami, born Caresha Brownlee, took to Twitter excited to ask her fans:

“Y’all see me!???”

She then followed up with a tweet seemingly loving the drama in the show and wrote:


After the show aired, “Caresha” became a trending topic on social media as users weighed in on her acting skills. One user said:

“Caresha had me screaming on BMF last night. she’s mad funny.”

Miami, 29, responded:

“It wasn’t funny. Lol”

The Miami rapper also retweeted the positive reviews from users who disagreed with the critics.

However, there were many naysayers who wondered why the “Caresha Please” host was given the role.


Yung Miami seems to be unbothered by her haters. After a fan praised her growth, the rapper said, 

“The more they hate the more opportunities come!! It’s only the beginning for me!”

She also agreed with another fan who said she deserved an Emmy for the slap she gave Meech after finding out the devastating news. 

 Despite the negative feedback, Miami is seemingly not leaving our TV screens anytime soon! The now-actress appeared in Netflix’s “You People,” a film about a new couple and their families trying to agree with modern love amid cultural clashes, societal expectations, and generational differences. She also appeared in an episode of ABC’s sitcom “Grown-ish.”

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Authored by: Tsai-Ann Hill