Yung Miami has given 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.

The adorable moment comes on the heels of the “The Good Love” recording artist receiving a bit of ridicule over a brief cameo in a recent episode of 50 Cent‘s BMF show.

The City Girls rapper played the role of Deanna Washington, who at one point in the show was informed by Big Meech’s character about the death of her husband.

Critics on Twitter tore apart what was meant to be a gut-wrenching moment, as Yung Miami’s fake crying became the butt of the joke for many viewers. “Caresha had me screaming on BMF last night,” wrote one user. “She’s mad funny.”

Miami saw the tweet and replied with a side eye emoji, writing: “It wasn’t funny lol.”

Despite Yung Miami’s statement, the trolling continued with fellow rappers such as Trina chiming in.

“Mood @yungmiami305 Always So Much Fun w/ CARESHA,” Trina wrote on Instagram while sharing an accompanying clip poking fun at the City Girls star.

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The video finds the 44-year-old Miami rap legend mocking Caresha’s lines in the Black Mafia Family series (“Meech, where’s my husband?”) before everyone breaks out into laughter.

Meanwhile, Method Man — one of the most accomplished rappers-turned-actors and a star of 50 Cent’s Power Book II: Ghost — defended the City Girl by telling her to keep her head up and push past the “white noise.”

“Fuck people. People are mean,” the Wu-Tang Clan legend told TMZ during a recent chat in New York City. “White noise. White noise…I love the City Girls, they’re dope.”

Despite the backlash, the Caresha Please host is just the latest rapper to star in the show. Eminem and Snoop Dogg appeared as White Boy Rick and Pastor Swift, respectively, while Kash Doll landed a recurring role as Monique, a paralegal single mother who serves as a love interest of Big Meech.