Yung Miami Addresses Video Of Son Throwing Money At Dancers

Yung Miami Addresses Video Of Her 10-Year-Old Son Seemingly Throwing Money At Dancers While At Rolling Loud

Yung Miami is speaking out and addressing a video clip of her 10-year-old son. In the clip, the rapper’s son is seen throwing money, seemingly at dancers, while in the crowd at Rolling Loud Miami.

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A Twitter User Calls Out Yung Miami With Footage Of Her 10-Year-Old Son

The social drama erupted on Monday after Yung Miami took to Twitter to respond to a tweet from Ari Fletcher regarding their previous night hanging out.

Although Miami’s response was solely directed toward Fletcher, Twitter user, @iamronbm, entered the women’s exchange. In the user’s tweet, they included a screen-recorded video from fellow City Girl’s rapper JT’s Instagram Story of Yung Miami’s son.

In the video, the child appeared to throw money while in the audience at Rolling Loud. Additionally, the clip ended with a short shot of a stripper at the festival.

The user also included a direct question for Miami.

“you gone address this or…”

Yung Miami Responds To The Twitter User & Claps Back At Others In Agreeance

Yung Miami quickly saw the Twitter user’s response and shared a question of her own in return.

“My son at rolling loud having a ball backstage let’s address it!??”

Additionally, the rapper even took the time to explain why she doesn’t post her childen on social media.

“That’s why I don’t post my kids y’all bitches can talk a sore in yall mouth about me but I’ll never give y’all the chance to have an opinion about my kids! Idgaf”

As well as defend herself for responding to the Twitter user instead of simply ignoring it.

Furthermore, Yung Miami even took the time to correct a fan who incorrectly labeled her son as six years old and chastized her for him being “out that late… throwing money at strippers.”

Social Media Reacts

JT then entered the comment section of the The Shade Room’s Instagram post  to share her stance defending her fellow City Girl.

“HE’S AT ROLLING LOUD!!!!!!! Y’all need to stop reaching! Uzi had a booby trap set NOBODY touched him! He had fun & is of age for a festival!”
Additionally, another user, @iampersuasian, called out others for being “miserable” and never “satisfised.”
“Bruh these ig parents who have a phD in they know it all be killing me. If she stopped posting her kids all together. Y’all gone say she never with her kids. Y’all ain’t ever satisfied. Just miserable people on this app”
However, one user, @derrickmc, disagreed with defending the child actions and Miami’s stance.
“It’s wild how bull 💩 is condoned and excused because it’s a celebrity y’all admire. Nowhere else on the planet can you take a 10 year old and have him throwing money in the air in an ADULT atmosphere it’s cool. Another shining example of no accountability. Could you imagine if a male rapper took his daughter backstage and let men throw money at her??? Yea that would be even more wild lol.”

Additionally, another user, @mousey_5, added.

“Y’all. Be honest. If this were a little girl being exposed to male strippers and throwing money…. How would this make you feel? Our boy’s innocence should be protected too.”

JT Defends “Turning Up” With Yung Miami’s Son As Miami Shares Her Final Word On The Matter

At this point, JT took to Twitter to further explain that her and Miami’s son, Jai, “do rolling loud together every year.” Additionally, she explained that it’s her “favorite time” because she gets to bond with the 10-year-old and “turn up.”

“Me & Jai do rolling loud together every year! It’s my favorite time cause I get to bond with him & turn up! This was the best year I loved the smile on his face!…  I’m a coooool auntie!”

Yung Miami, unfazed by the social media criticism, retweeted JT’s sentiments and thanked her rap partner for spending the quality time with her son. The rapper even added that the day was “the best day” of her son’s life.


Additionally, the rapper even stepped in The Shade Room’s comment section with some more thoughts about the matter.

“Y’all be wanting drama so bad lmaooo jai literally went to rolling loud with JT and had a time 😂😂😂😂😂 my son is happy!”

Roomies, what do you think of Yung Miami’s response to the criticism regarding her 10-year-old son’s actions at Rolling Loud?


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