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Rapper Yung Miami has inked a podcast deal with Sean Combs' Revolt TV. The 28-year-old City Girls member launched her podcast, Caresha Please, on Revolt TV this week, and Combs was her first guest.

The 52-year-old media mogul confessed to dating the ratchet mother-of-two.

In the teaser, Combs said, "I'm single," before adding, "But I'm dating, I'm just taking my time with life. To be honest, just after my loss, losing Kim, losing Cassie, romantically I needed a time out. I just needed to be single and to be free."

Yung Miami then pressed "Mr. billionaire d*ck" to confirm their dating status. "So what we is? What you like about me? Why you f---ing wit a City Girl?" she asked.

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"We date. We're dating. We go have dates, We're friends," he replied, nervously. "We go to strip clubs, church... We have great times."

Combs looks uncomfortable - and for good reason.

This is news to the other Instagram models that Combs has courted in recent weeks, including his former flame Gina Huynh.

In a statement, Combs said, "Yung Miami is not only a superstar artist, she's also unapologetically herself and brings a perspective women around the world can relate to, which is why I'm excited to bring her podcast to life."

"Be ready to be entertained, you never know who may pop up, all things go on Caresha Please. Nothing is off limits," Yung Miami said in a statement.

If you're looking for any sign of chemistry between these two, forget it. Their body language says "friends with benefits" and nothing more.
 

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Sean "Diddy" Combs received a State Resolution for his Achievements in Entertainment and Business at The Georgia Entertainment Caucus Award Ceremony held at Georgia State Capital on Wednesday, September 11, in Atlanta, Georgia.

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The media mogul was honored for launching Revolt TV & Media, a music-oriented digital cable television network, in Los Angeles in 2013. He was also recognized for his many contributions to hip-hop music.

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Combs posed with his cousin and friend of the blog, Atlanta socialite Eboni Elektra.

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Combs posed with Ga. Rep. Erica Thomas (L) and Vice President, Creative at BMI, Catherine Brewton (R).

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Combs pressed the flesh, took photos and kissed babies in preparation for his big announcement to run for public office.

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