Yung Miami has responded to Chicago rapper Big Mulla on social media after she threw shots at her in a new diss record.
On Monday (April 3), The Neighborhood Talk posted a screenshot on Instagram of the initial short conversation between both rappers. Big Mulla said: “Ya’ll gotta stop liein so much,” which prompted Yung Miami to respond back by saying: “Why your eyes so far apart.”
Not too long after their spat, Big Mulla dropped a diss track aimed at Miami called “Don’t Play Wit It (Remix), YungMiami Diss.” Mulla decided to use the production from Lola Brooke’s hit-single “Don’t Play With It” to unleash on Yung Miami.
A number of fans and celebrities jumped in the comment section to criticize the Chicago rapper while others were saying that Yung Miami shouldn’t have responded at all.
“I just hit a nerd rapping bitch who run her gums/ Mad about a post I upset you hoes for fun/ Got yo fans mad but I said what I said/ Don’t let ’em gas you up, get get upside yo head,” Big Mulla raps over the infectious beat.
She continues: “Hottest city girl but ain’t shit about you city/ You knew you wasn’t gon’ last long that’s why you started fuckin’ Diddy/ Got a couple hits, I’ll admit you got yo flowers/ If it wasn’t for JT, hoe’s career would be sour.”
After Yung Miami caught wind of the diss record, she commented under The Neighborhood Talk post with a set of tomato emojis. Their disagreement allegedly happened at the end of last month because Big Mulla didn’t post the aforementioned diss record until Wednesday (March 29).
Meanwhile, Miami recently gave fans a rare glimpse into her relationship with her 3-year-old daughter Summer Miami Luellen.
In the precious clip, Summer can be heard showing off her impressive reading skills. “I am Sam. I like Sam. I see Sam…,” she says.
Donned in a paper crown and pink embroidered polo shirt, Summer is every bit of confident with a wand in hand as her guide.
“#TSRMommyDuties—#PressPlay: Aww! #YungMiami shares a moment of her baby girl #SummerMiami reading [clapping hands emojis] #CutenessOverload,” the caption reads.