Yung Miami and Diddy are a dynamic duo, even if the extent of that dynamism hasn't blossomed into a full-on relationship. Moreover, people questioned their status for months following a lot of social media posts and outings together, plus the lavish gifts they've given each other. Regardless, they seemed to dispel a lot of that at the Met Gala and thanks to the City Girl stating that she's officially single. According to them, they just went out on a great date night for the event and nothing more, even though questions about them had Diddy sweating bullets. If they're not in a relationship, at least the Bad Boy mogul is willing to drop a major bag for his platonic twin flame.
Furthermore, the two just put on quite the show for a new Instagram skit promoting the City Girls' single with Diddy and Fabolous, "Act Bad." In the clip, they stop by a Chanel store that Yung Miami absolutely raids, emerging with a heap of bags from the store. Diddy, in a bit more of a casual fit, walks out behind her looking almost exhausted, probably because of all the money he spent on her. After all, it's exactly the kind of advice that their song's lyrics contain, down to the Chanel reference, and they even got an employee roped into the skit as well.
Yung Miami Thanks Her "Sponsor" Diddy For Heaps Of Chanel Bags
In addition, this is far from the first time that the Florida native showed her love to the fashion brand. Speaking of the Met Gala, she decided to act bad for her afterparty fit that was nonetheless creative and showed her fandom. Yung Miami wore a dress made out of 55 handbags directly inspired by Chanel, and of course looked stunning in it. She always kills it on the style side of things, and started so many extracurricular endeavors that things like rap beef just confuse her.
"I be at home with my kids, ugly with a bun and all, I don’t even get into that," she said of female rap beef. "But I really don’t know. I feel like it would be so much [more fun] if everybody could just be together. We could bring each other out on shows and just link up. I feel like bad b***hes should really link up. That would be dope if everybody could just… bring their personalities together." Given that her and Nicki Minaj recently traded words, maybe she understands it more now, although that might've been in jest. For more news on Diddy and the latest updates on Yung Miami, come back to HNHH.