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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 Combs has two women fighting over him on Twitter. The 52-year-old music mogul reportedly dated rapper Yung Miami, until she confessed their relationship was just a stunt.

Now Miami, 28, is arguing over him with 30-year-old Instagram model Gina Huynh, who took her place.

According to the blogs, Gina shared an image on her Instagram Stories of Sean giving her a kiss after attending the Billboard Music Awards together on Sunday.

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Miami, who is apparently hurt, called Gina out on Instagram.

"Notice me please ass b*tch go sit down. WE SEE YOU RELAX IT'S ok! You been (AROUND) just (AROUND) for years! You been waiting on this moment if he can't make you famous b*tch I ain't! Somebody please give this bitch some attention."

Gina clapped back: "If anybody is seeking attention.. BITCH ITS YOU. Suck my d*ck."

Miami responded, "Attention? B*tch I am the attention let's be clear!" She added that she's not the one to be "arguing with no bitch that got cheap ass lint ball carpet in they house f*cking on a billionaire! You freaky ass b*tch!"

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To which Gina replied: "Why you so press mama? I thought you was a city girl?

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To which Miami clapped back:

"I am and that's why I f*ck with yo nigga & ain't coming off him idc how many pics you post! Get that head, bread, & leave."

Jealous much?

So far, Sean hasn't responded to the drama on social media.




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Rapper JT of City Girls went viral for an alleged wardrobe malfunction during the 2022 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday.

As adults, we've seen much worse. But young fans who tuned into the awards show couldn't get over the fact that JT's black panties were visible under her silver sequined mini gown.

JT's gown was tastefully designed compared to the raunchy gowns we've seen on red carpets over the years.

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Video footage from the BBMAs shows JT and her rap partner Yung Miami presenting the award for Top R&B Artist of the Year at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

An audible gasp went up on Twitter as thousands of users retweeted the video and images.

One shocked Twitter user asked, "Why nobody told @thegirlJT to put her kitty away?"

JT responded with the obvious: "I have on black panties RELAX."

But other blind Twitter users weighed in:

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Yung Miami responded to fellow rapper Megan Thee Stallion's offer to take her out on a date. Megan's fans were stunned when she flirted with the Miami rapper on social media.

"I was too shy to tell her in person but @YungMiami305 I wanna date," Megan tweeted over the weekend.

"I been wanted you too, so what's up?" Miami responded in broken English.

Megan is in an open relationship with music producer, rapper Pardison Fontaine, who may or may not be bisexual himself.

Miami, a member of rap duo City Girls, is in a relationship with music producer Southside, the father of her baby.

Southside defended his baby mama's honor in a post on Instagram Live. He warned bisexual rapper Lil Uzi Vert for disrespecting Yung Miami on Instagram.

Uzi, who is allegedly bisexual, is dating City Girls' member JT.

Calling Yung Miami by her government name, Caresha, Uzi taunted her online.

Uzi claimed he was "just playing," but Southside warned Uzi about bullying Miami.

"I promise you, I'm a punch your teeth out your mouth. Don't say nothing else," he told Uzi.

Fans were understandably confused by Megan flirting with Yung Miami.

"Her man gonna make a video threaten to peel Megan's Muffin Cap Black Blue," wrote on Twitter user.

Another fan said the innocent flirting between Megan, 26, and Miami, 27, was probably just a stunt.

"Must be a new song coming up. Nice promo. Issa a new song bout to drop, they ain't slick," the fan wrote.

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Quality Control Records is celebrating the release of City Girls member J.T. from a Florida prison with a new track titled "First Day Out". The label dropped new music by the ex-convict beauty, pictured left, who was arrested for credit card fraud.

The 28-year-old rapper, who was born Jatavia Shakara Johnson, rushed into a studio to record her new single. She calls out her haters, issues threats to b*tches, and brags about getting bags.

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City Girls member Yung Miami, right, doesn't make an appearance on the track. She is currently pregnant with her second child and reportedly considering quitting the music biz after an attempt on her life at a Miami recording studio.
 

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Yung Miami fears for her life after she became the latest rapper to be targeted by gunmen at a recording studio. The City Girls rapper, who is seven months pregnant, was uninjured when someone riddled her leased Mercedes G-Wagon with 14 bullets as she drove away from the Circle House Recording Studios in Miami on Monday night.

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Yesterday, some of my readers discussed rapper Yung Miami's dangerous habit of not drinking any water. Apparently, other young women are following her lead and have stopped drinking water.

Not drinking water is a bad habit that can lead to dangerous consequences, including death.

Humans can go a month without eating solid food, but we can only survive about 3-5 days without drinking water.

The body is made up of 60% water. We lose 2.5% of water daily. Even a 2% loss of water above that amount can have devastating effects on our health.

How Much Water Do We Need Daily?

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Expert opinion varies on the ideal amount of water intake. Doctors say we should drink 8 glasses (8 ounces in each glass) of water daily. But other experts say we need 13 or more glasses of water daily. The ideal amount depends on our age, body weight and health status. Some medical problems (such as heart problems or edema) require restricted water intake. Men require more water intake than women because men have more muscle mass.

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Four 16 ounce bottles of water per day provides the daily recommended water intake for most people. Always consult with your doctor or healthcare provider if you are unsure of how much water to drink daily.

The following are 10 side effects of not drinking enough water.
 

1. Death

Death is the No. 1 side effect of not drinking enough water. The human body contains 60% water and the brain is 85% water. Water is the fuel of life. Without water, vital electrolyte levels in the body that are strictly controlled by the brain will become dangerously high or low. We need water to maintain our heart health. Water keeps the blood from thickening and causing blood clots or strokes. To put it simply, moderate to severe dehydration can cause a heart attack or stroke.

2. Chemical Imbalance

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The brain maintains a strict control over the electrolytes and vitamins that maintain our heart and body processes. These processes include oxygenation of vital organs, waste disposal, bone and joint lubrication, etc. Water is a very important component in maintaining these crucial electrolytes that keep our body processes running smoothly. If the normal balance of electrolytes and vitamins are even slightly altered, it can cause devastating consequences and even death.

3. Weight Gain From Calorie Intake

Some people believe they will lose weight if they limit their water intake. But the opposite can sometimes happen. Your brain will cause you to increase your caloric intake when you're actually dehydrated and need to drink more water. People who frequently snack on sugary and salty food may actually be thirsty from dehydration. The increased calories from all that snacking causes weight gain. Drinking more water will reduce the craving for sugar and salt.

4. Weight Gain From Water Retention

Some athletes and models don't drink enough water before an event because they believe they will gain water weight. Actually the reverse happens. Dehydration causes the brain to conserve every drop of water by redirecting water to vital internal organs, causing water retention. If you don't drink enough water you will urinate less because your body is retaining water.

5. Premature Aging

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Have you noticed teenagers and 20-somethings who look older than their parents? Not consuming enough water daily will make you look old faster. Your skin needs water to maintain its elasticity and flexibility. Lack of water causes collagen to crack and split, causing premature age lines to form around your eyes and mouth. Your skin will look dull and weathered in your 30s and 40s, causing you to look a decade or more older than your stated age.

6. Hair Loss

Not drinking enough water daily can cause your hair to shed and break easily. Your skin (including your scalp) is the largest organ in your body. But the skin is the last organ to get water if dehydrated. Most people are in a constant state of mild dehydration. Their skin looks dry and ashy because water is constantly being rerouted from the skin to vital internal organs to maintain normal physiological processes.

Even in a state of mild dehydration, the body rations water to the organs that need it the most. The skin is last on the list and will only get a few drops of water. That's why it's important to drink at least 8 glasses of water per day to ensure that the skin will always get the water it needs. To put it simply, if you're constantly applying lotion to your ashy skin, you're not drinking enough water. Your hair and nails will be dry, brittle and break easily.

7. Poor Muscle Mass

The body is made up of 60% water and most of that is in the muscles, so not drinking enough water causes muscles to go soft. Dehydration reduces the muscle mass and causes muscles to become more sore and painful after exercise. If you exercise regularly you should drink lots of water. Always follow your doctor or trainer's advice on water consumption while training.

8. Stomach Ulcers

People who don't drink enough water are prone to stomach ulcers. A stomach ulcer is an open sore in the stomach lining that is usually caused by too much acid in the stomach. Drinking water regularly helps to reduce the stomach acid that can cause heartburn.

9. Body Temperature

Drinking water helps to control our body temperature and keeps internal organs cool on hot days. Not drinking enough water can cause heat cramps (severe pain in hands, legs and feet). Dehydration can also cause dizziness, weakness, malaise and fatigue, headaches, and rapid pulse. In severe cases, people can experience heat stroke, which can be life-threatening.

10. Constipation

When the body is in a mild to moderate state of dehydration, water will be rerouted to vital organs. That process occurs in the bowels by pulling water away from the stool and into the bloodstream. The more water is pulled away, the harder the stool becomes until it is difficult to pass stool. Drinking 2 tall glasses of water will immediately relieve constipation in most cases when constipation is not caused by a medical problem.

This has been your Medical Minute.

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