50 Cent Says He Has No Issues w/ Yung Miami After Sharing A Resurfaced Clip Of Rapper Calling Herself A ‘Wh*re’ Amid Sex Worker Claims

50 Cent, Yung Miami

50 Cent Says He Has No Issues w/ Yung Miami After Sharing A Resurfaced Clip Of Rapper Calling Herself A ‘Wh*re’ Amid Sex Worker Claims

Media mogul 50 Cent is making it clear he has no ill intentions towards Yung Miami.

The Power producer shared his admiration for the City Girls member after she became frustrated with him recently for sharing an old video of herself, referring to herself in a derogatory way.

The mishap began after Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson reposted a 2023 interview of Caresha ‘Yung Miami’ Brownlee labeling herself a “wh*re” previously. The 30-year-old jokingly made the remark during a sit down conversation with Hollywood Unlocked founder Jason Lee, which she says has since been “taken out of context”.

It seems the video resurfaced amid reports that Diddy was paying Yung Miami and other women to be a sex workers, prompting 50 Cent to add his two cents. In case you’re unfamiliar, the “Candy Shop” rapper has relentlessly trolled his hip-hop nemesis Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs since allegations about the billionaire’s sexual abuse first began. Using the clip of Yung Miami to fuel his animosity even more, 50 reposted the video, adding the caption:

“It’s ok to be a wh*re just make sure your being over paid. See a Sucker, catch a Sucker, Suck a Sucker dry. You go girl LSW LOL”

Yung Miami was less than amused by the post, however. The “Act Up” rapper took to 50‘s comments section to defend herself and deny being paid for sex, writing:

“I think this got taken out of context, it’s a gay slur “what’s up wh*re” is something my gay cousin always said to me. It’s cunt it’s a slang that we said to each other that’s what I was trying to explain to Jason because he’s gay and he got what I was trying to say. I’m not a prostitute. I never sold [cat emoji] a day in my life. & I hate how this is getting spun”

Shortly after, 50 followed up clarifying that he meant no ill with his post. The entertainer stated that he actually likes Yung Miami which is why he featured her in his hit Starz series BMF. Sharing an image of the rapper’s comment, 50 wrote:

“I like at @yungmiami305 I don’t want to hurt her, or her feelings I just put her in BMF she cool. I think they was in a relationship but them other women LSW VIBES !”

Along with Yung Miami, internet star Jade Ramey and 50‘s own son’s mother Daphne Joy were also accused of being Diddy’s sex workers. Producer Rodney ‘Lil Rod’ Jones made the allegations about the women in one of many sexual abuse lawsuits Diddy is currently facing. With Yung Miami’s recent comment, all three women have now officially denied being paid a stipend to perform sexual favors for the Bad Boys Records founder.

Jones‘ lawsuit and a federal investigation into his claims is still ongoing at this time.

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Authored by: Kay Johnson