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Yung Miami Calls Out Diddy, Megan Thee Stallion, & Kodak Black on ‘Rap Freaks’

todayOctober 29, 2021

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Yung Miami is looking for a rap freak.

One half of City Girls dropped her solo single “Rap Freaks” on Friday on which she raps about having sex with over a dozen of hip-hop’s biggest names including Diddy, Lil Baby, DaBaby, 50 Cent, Lil Durk, Tory Lanez, and Megan Thee Stallion.

“I’m on the runway / I don’t see a Tory in my lane / I’m with the savages / Ride a boat, sit on Megan’s face / Ride it like a Stallion,” declares Miami on the explicit track, which is also accompanied by a racy video.

“I wanna take a flight with Durk, f**k him and India,” she raps, referencing Durk and his girlfriend India Royale. “Tryna go Baby on Baby / If I could f**k ’em both, that’d be crazy.”

She goes on to name Future, Moneybagg Yo, and 50 Cent (“Many men wanna suck this clit, but I want 50 Cent”), but wasn’t as kind to Kodak Black. “I can’t even picture myself fu**in’ on Lil Kodak,” raps Caresha.

She also brings up her rumored boyfriend Diddy: “Took a jet to a private island / On a date with Diddy / I like bad boys, no ho shit / Diddy, let me put it in your face like them roaches / And put your rich ass to sleep, buenos noches.”

Yung Miami’s friend and collaborator Megan Thee Stallion couldn’t stop laughing upon hearing Miami rhyme “roaches” with “buenos noches.”

The song also drew comparisons to Nicki Minaj’s 2018 track “Barbie Dreams,” inspired by Biggie’s “Just Playing (Dreams),” which included lyrics about Drake, 50 Cent, and her ex Meek Mill.

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