Yung Miami Mourns Death Of Child’s Father: “You Didn’t Deserve This”

Yung Miami shared her heartbreak on Instagram and she shared photos of her ex-boyfriend and father of her son.

BYErika Marie
Yung Miami Mourns Death Of Child’s Father: “You Didn’t Deserve This”

It's a sorrowful time for Yung Miami. The City Girls rapper shared on social media that Jai, the father of her young son, was killed over the weekend in a rumored shooting. While she didn't give details as to the circumstances surrounding Jai's death, she did pay a loving tribute to him by sharing photos of Jai with their little boy. "Damn Jai," she wrote on her Instagram Story alongside a broken-hearted emoji. She followed that up with, "Damn Jai, I can't believe you gone" and "I just feel like going tf crazy! DAMNNNNN!!!"

Yung Miami Mourns Death Of Child's Father: "You Didn't Deserve This"
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Over on her page, Yung Miami posted a series of heartwarming pictures that spoke to better days. "Babies 1st words are DADA & that’s what you are a FATHER to Jai," the Florida rapper penned in the caption to her pictures. "You & Jai is peanut butter & jelly always together one thing about you, you don’t play about your son! So humble, quiet & uplifting. I hate this happen to you Jai you didn’t deserve this! Jai need you 💔💔."

A number of Yung Miami's friends offered their support and kind words including Shekinah Anderson, Reginae Carter, and Layton Greene. Reginae wrote, "🙏🏾🙏🏾So sorry for your loss ! Keep your head up ! Stay strong ❤️❤️" while Quality Control's Layton penned, "Man 💔 praying hard for y’all 🥺🙏🏽." We can't imagine what Yung Miami is enduring right now, but we offer our sincerest condolences during this traumatic time.

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