Yung Miami Sips Champagne In New Car Reportedly From "Papi" Diddy

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Things are only heating up between these two as the Bad Boy mogul spoils the City Girls star.

People may have teased her over her "Go Papi" sign at the BET Awards, but Yung Miami and Sean "Diddy" Combs's situationship is only warming up. When rumors of the pair first came to light, there were several conversations about them being an unlikely couple. However, the romance between the hitmakers has only grown on fans of the pair and they have pushed forward with their affections without a care in the world.

Yung Miami never skips a beat when it comes to showing off her reclusive designer threads or luxury goods, and she's often given a peek at gifts from Diddy.

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We previously reported on the Bad Boy icon icing out the Florida star with a massive diamond chain. This week, he even showered the City Girls rapper with flowers at her concert, but nothing says I care for you like a brand new whip.

Fans have taken to social media to determine if it's the City Girls or City Boys that are "up," but Yung Miami doesn't care because she was smiling from ear to ear in her all-white ride. The rapper posted images of herself sipping champagne in her luxury vehicle and added a caption that reads: "Thank you Papi [white heart emoji][snowflake emoji][car emoji][smoke emoji]."

Check it out for yourself below.

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