Pregnant City Girls Rapper Yung Miami’s Car Shot Up On Her Way From The Studio

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Yung Miami of City Girls Rolling Loud Miami

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It seems City Girls rapper Yung Miami, born Caresha Brownlee, was the target of an attack late Monday night in Miami. Thankfully, it was unsuccessful.

The 25-year-old was at Circle House Studios in Miami working on music. When she was leaving that night in her Mercedes G-Wagon, a gift from her partner, producer Southside, the car was shot at a number of times. Brownlee, who is pretty far along in her pregnancy with her second child, is okay. She was recorded explaining her ordeal to someone at the scene. Video captured of the situation showed police checking out her vehicle.

“They had the lights off so I never saw them,” she said. “Whoever it was, they had the lights off. It came from behind me, the shots started from behind me. They started from behind me because [inaudible] I said, ‘Oh shit, somebody shooting!’ The first shot hit the f–king spare tire. And then I don’t know how the shots came from the side of me [inaudible].”

As far as other accounts, someone who was on the scene taking video captioned their own video, “Caresha new G Wagon was shot at leaving Circle House…YALL need to give her better security! Poor baby was running across the street tryna run b4 police came. Smh wow prayers for her and baby 808’s protection.”

This incident comes about a week after she responded to incarcerated and fellow Florida-based rapper Kodak Black’s threats to punch her in her stomach.

“And I bought Yung Miami a ring, she wanted 808’s baby/When I see her I’mma hit that b—h in her stomach/The way I keep this shit too real f–kin’ up my money,” he said in a freestyle from jail.

Although Brownlee wasn’t with the shenanigans, she kept her thoughts on the troubled rapper’s comments brief when responding on social media: “Poor a– n—a Kodak ain’t dust s–t!”

This seems to be a very volatile time for the expectant mom out of the blue. There are rumblings online that after Southside checked Kodak, he was threatened, and the shooting could have been related.

Brownlee hasn’t said anything publicly since the incident, but fans are hopeful that everything is fine with the “Act Up” rapper. Fans are also pretty pissed.

Check out the reactions to the very scary incident below.

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