Yung Miami, The Rapper Who 'Scammed' Her Way Into The Music Industry By Hustling On Instagram
The rising rap whiz — who is likewise one-half of the super-crush Hip-Hop couple, City Girls — has a fruitful music vocation
Yung Miami has procured a great $2 million total assets, per Distractify.
She's likewise been taking actions, for example, the one with her new Revolt show, "Caresha Please," which has, as a matter of fact, Sean "Diddy" Combs as the leader maker, which could add to that
Prior to turning into a rapper, Yung Miami was on Instagram "hustle advancing" her image
In a meeting with Vulture, Yung Miami said that she believed she "misled" her direction into a rap vocation.
"Me and JT say that constantly," she said. "We be like, 'We misled our direction into the music business.'
We're the greatest tricksters ever. Truly, I had never been in the studio. JT had grown up rapping with her dad.