Surpringly, a recent diss record recorded by City Girls' JT surfaced online in which the rapper took aim at Cardi B, Nicki Minaj and more. During a recent Instagram Live session, Yung Miami clarified that the song was made as a joke and is not to be taken seriously.
"We were playing around, just freestyling on a beat," she says during an Instagram Live session. "We never thought nobody was going to hear that s--t. We never thought we were going to be signed. We never thought none of that. We was just playing around." She continued, "I'm so aggravated y'all. Y'all is just aggravating as f--k. Y'all wanna end the City Girls so bad, but that ain't gonna happen."
The diss record comes as a complete surprise considering the rap duo teamed up with Cardi B for "Twerk" last year. Throughout their career, Bardi has shown endless support for the girl group. More recently, after Miami was the target of a drive-by shooting, Bardi addressed trolls who were poking fun at the situation.
"Y'all love to joke around! Just remember those little comments that y'all be doing for clout, that s--t ain't worth bad karma to you, b---h. 'Cause that karma come! Y'all want to be f--king funny in the comments, hoe? That shit come right back to you, b---h. Your baby father might get clapped up. Or your mama," Cardi said.
Although JT is currently behind bars for fraudulent charges, Miami has stated that her sister will be released sooner than later. While on Instagram, Miami showed off a diamond-encrusted necklace that she bought as a gift for JT. In addition to celebrating JT coming home soon, Miami is also expecting her second child with producer, Southside.
Check out Yung Miami address the diss record below.