Yung Miami Confirms Split From Diddy

Yung Miami and Diddy are no longer together.

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It looks like Yung Miami and Diddy are no longer together. In a new interview with The Cut, the “Act Up” star dived into her budding acting career, business ventures, and personal life. Though she and Diddy were becoming “relationship goals,” journalist Danya Issawi found out where the two stand these days. “No,” she succinctly stated when asked if they were still together. The couple was undoubtedly open about their relationship with one another, even if they didn’t put labels on it. However, Yung Miami confirmed that they’re still in good standing.

“We’re still friends! We’re still good friends! But we’re single. That’s not my man. We had our own situation, I’m not gonna put a title on it,” Yung Miami added. “We were fucking with each other hard. We were together every day at one point. He supported me, I supported him. I’ll let the internet call it whatever they want to call it.” Given the rapid success of Caresha Please, it wouldn’t make sense for her and Diddy to mess up a bag due to their own personal relationship with each other.

Yung Miami & Diddy’s Relationship Started With Business

Apparently, their relationship developed from Diddy’s initial interest in Yung Miami’s appearance on Justin Laboy’s show. She explained Diddy attended the shoot and later approached her about a potential podcast. “After the interview, he came to me, and was just like, ‘What’s your number?’ He wanted me to meet him at his house in Miami,” Yung Miami explained. I met him at his house, and he was like, ‘I think you should do a podcast. You’re good at it. You’ve got a strong personality.’ So that’s how it came about.”

Ultimately, it seems like she and Diddy were already on the cusp of splitting up as recently as March. Even though they began showing up more and more since the beginning of 2023, she revealed that she wanted a monogamous relationship, which may have been impossible with Diddy since he has Nick Cannon-like aspirations. “I’m not sharing my next ni**a!” she tweeted last month. Ultimately, it seems like Yung Miami will truly be living a City Girl summer. 


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