Yung Miami came with all the smoke for G Herbo in a the latest episode of her Caresha Please podcast – but Herb came with his own Diddy-related smoke for the City Girls rapper.
The season 2 premiere episode was released on REVOLT on Thursday (December 22). While Herbo fielded most of the questions as the show’s guest, towards the end of the episode he turned things on Miami, asking her whether she knew that her high-profile beau Diddy was going to be a dad for the sixth time before the child’s birth.
“Did you know about that baby before October?” Herb asked with a smile. Yung Miami proceeded to giggle before Herb asked again, “Did you?”
“Yeah, I did,” Miami admits. “I think communication is the key. I feel like when you dealing with somebody communication is the key. It wasn’t a surprise.”
Herbo then asked Yung Miami if she was going to get pregnant next. “If it happens, I’m gonna do it,” she answered, while adding that she’s not currently taking birth control. However, she didn’t specify who the father would be.
Check out G Herbo’s conversation with Yung Miami below:
Diddy announced the news about his daughter, Love Sean Combs, earlier this month. Though he didn’t name the baby’s mother, TMZ got its hands on the birth certificate and revealed her to be a 28-year-old cybersecurity specialist named Dana Tran.
With the news coming amid very public displays of affection between the Bad Boy mogul and Yung Miami, many were quick to call her a “side chick.” Both she and Diddy refuted the label on social media.
“@yungmiami305 is not my side chick,” Diddy wrote in a series of tweets. “Never has been, never will be. She’s very important and special to me, and I don’t play about my Shawty Wop. I don’t discuss things on the internet and I will not start today.
“So think what you want,” he continued. “But know that if you do something to hurt mine, I’m gonna to come to your house and we’re gonna talk about it like human beings. LOVE.”
In a recent interview, Miami made it clear that the pair are on the same page in their relationship.
“People think that I’m like a side chick and he just do whatever he want and I’m just head over heels. No it go both ways,” she said. “Ain’t nothing one sided over here.”