Yung Miami Slams Naysayers Upset Over Her 10-Year-Old Son Throwing Money At Dancers During Rolling Loud Festival: ‘That’s Why I Don’t Post My Kids’
Yung Miami is clapping back at people who have an opinion about her 10-year-old son!
On Monday (July 24) video footage surfaced of Yung Miami’s son, Jai, seemingly throwing money at dancers backstage at Rolling Loud Miami over the weekend. As no surprise, people had a lot to say, with some questioning the City Girls‘ parenting skills.
In response to a Twitter user asking her to address the video, Miami fired back,
“My son at rolling loud having a ball backstage let’s address it!??”
My son at rolling loud having a ball backstage let's address it!?? https://t.co/PKu2qc4ctO
— Yung Miami (@YungMiami305) July 24, 2023
Yung Miami then expressed her frustration with the criticism she received and people sharing their opinions about her child.
“That’s why I don’t post my kids y’all b*tches can talk a sore in yall mouth about me but I’ll never give y’all the chance to have an opinion about my kids! Idgaf”
Yung Miami replied to another Twitter user who suggested that she ignore the matter altogether. The rapper said,
“But I’m in this h*e what’s up?”
Yung Miami’s group mate JT stepped into the chat, letting everyone know how much fun she and Jai had and how he attends the music festival every year.
“Me & Jai do rolling loud together every year! It’s my favorite time cause I get to bond with him & turn up! This was the best year I loved the smile on his face! I’m a coooool auntie!”
Seemingly appreciative of JT’s message, Yung Miami tweeted,
“THANK YOU SO MUCH THAT SH*T LITERALLY BRING TEARS TO MY EYES & REMIND ME EVERYTIME THAT THIS SH*T IS BIGGER THAN US!!! JAI SAID THAT WAS THE BEST DAY OF HIS LIFE THANK YOU JATAVIA! & he loveeeeeeeeee Uzi”
The now-viral video garnered mixed emotions. Many felt it was inappropriate to have a child in that type of environment while others felt its none of our business how Yung Miami chooses to parent her son.
One fan wrote,
“It’s her child…. She can have him do wtf she want him to do or whatever he would like to do. Worry about ya’ll kids.”
Another person said,
“Did someone force you to post him though (no disrespect) because you could’ve kept that in the archives KNOWING how the internet gets down…”
Another person sarcastically wrote,