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Watch Yung Miami Speak On Why She is Fighting Gina Huynh Over Diddy

Yung Miami has explained why she responded to Diddy’s ex-girlfriend Gina Huynh’s comments subtly shading her. According to Miami, “you know how a person keeps poking you, so it was like, what’s up b*tch”.

TJB got more;

The issues with the two ladies kicked off after this year’s BBMAs when music mogul Diddy, 52, seemingly brought his ex-girlfriend, model Gina Huynh, 28, to the award show as his plus one. However, Diddy has been in a rumored relationship with City Girls’ Yung Miami, 28, since June of last year.

Soon after the award show Yung Miami, who was also in attendance at the musical event, and the fitness model found themselves in a heated argument online over who was dating the “Bad Boy For Life” rapper.

During a recent interview, Yung Miami took the time to address the love triangle and explain her side of things. When asked why did she even give the situation her attention she replied,

“Because b*tches want attention. You know how a person just keeps poking you, so it was like ‘what’s up b*tch?’ I see you, relax.”

When the interviewer asked “why even latch on” Yung Miami’s group member/best friend JT, 29, answered,

“Because b*tches ain’t no bullies. Like, [Yung Miami] ain’t nobody to play with so if she wants to say something she can say something.”

She added,

“[Gina Huynh] will be forgotten by tomorrow, she still go be Yung Miami.”

Yung Miami continued,

“Yeah, it just be like – after a while it be like, ‘girl okay, relax.’ You just doing too much.”

Following their back-and-forth, Gina Huynh shared a snippet of a dis track seemingly aimed at Yung Miami. During her interview, the “Act Up” rapper addressed comments she made telling Huynh to pay her 20% from the song. She explained,

“I need my 20% because if that n*gga couldn’t get you there – you had to use my face, baby, pay me – period.”

I am going to be honest she sounds like a child. This isn’t high school, grow up.

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