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Yung Miami reacts to critics who say she can’t rap

“On or off a beat, bitch imma rap and you gone get these verses period!” she tweeted.

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Yung Miami has had enough of the slander surrounding her rapping skills. The City Girls rapper took to Twitter to send out a series of tweets to let those who say she can’t rap know that she is here to stay.

“Y’all say I can’t rap God said ‘I can’ that’s why I’m doing it he put me here,” she tweeted. She then said that she won't quit, despite what her critics have to say. “Why would I quit and this is how I feed my family? I got two kids that’s depending on me!” she added in a second tweet.

Miami then tweeted that she gets a different response from fans when she performs. “Y’all don’t like my verses fine DON’T listen to them idgaf cause when we have concerts it be a bunch of mf in there screaming my shit!” she wrote.

A few weeks ago, Yung Miami was trending on Twitter after Chloe x Halle dropped the remix to their hit single, “Do It.” The track featured appearances from Mulatto, the City Girls and Doja Cat. Although the song seemed to be getting a positive reaction from some fans, others took to social media to share their dislike with Miami’s verse.

On the single, she rapped, “I pull up foreign (Skrrt), with my friends/AMG (Yep), on a Benz/Ride or die (Ride or die), ‘til the end (‘Til the end)/I be cute, how we look settin’ trends (Period)/These my queens, these my girls (Girls)/I don’t do pretend (No)/Ice check, wrist check, Patek on ten (Ice)/Big rocks, big bags, waist be looking slim (Ow)/ She keep looking at us, but I know she can’t swim (City).”

No matter what critics may have to say, Yung Miami says she will still deliver hit songs. “On or off a beat, bitch imma rap and you gone get these verses period!” she tweeted.

Check out her tweets below.

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