Yung Miami Unfollows Diddy on Instagram After Cassie Assault Footage Surfaced
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The one half of City Girls, who was previously in a romantic relationship with the Bad Boy Records founder, has apparently distanced herself from her former fling following the leaked video.

AceShowbiz - Yung Miami has apparently turned her back on Sean "P. Diddy" Combs. While she remained loyal for months amid his legal issues, the raptress apparently has changed her mind about her former fling after footage of Diddy assaulting Cassie recently surfaced online.

The one half of City Girls, who was first romantically linked to the embattled hip-hop mogul in 2022, has not publicly reacted to the leaked video. She, however, has distanced herself from the New York native by unfollowing him on Instagram as of Tuesday, May 21.

Miami, born Caresha Romeka Brownlee, previously hinted that she stood by Diddy's side despite multiple lawsuits against him. Back in April, she posted on her Finsta account a picture of her with the rapper. The pair shared an embrace in a rare intimate display.

In the snap, Diddy was shirtless while standing on a balcony overlooking a city view. Miami clung to her on-and-off boyfriend from behind while she wore a white robe. She even compared themselves to Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, writing over it, "Bobby & Whitney," with a rolling on the floor laughing emoji.

Miami has been dragged into Diddy's ongoing legal issues as Lil Rod claimed in his lawsuit that the raptress helped Diddy smuggle drugs. The music producer also alleged that she's one of Diddy's sex workers, who got paid to sleep with him.

The 30-year-old femcee has denied both allegations against her. She tweeted in late March, "Y'all be going for ANYTHING [tired face emoji]."

Meanwhile, Diddy continues to face backlash after footage of him assaulting his then-girlfriend Cassie at a hotel back in 2016 recently surfaced online. In his video apology, the 54-year-old stated that he was "truly sorry" and admitted that his actions were "inexcusable."

Most recently, a woman named Crystal McKinney filed a lawsuit against Diddy, accusing him of drugging and sexually assaulting her in NYC in 2003. The model said she decided to take legal action against Diddy upon seeing news of the lawsuits filed by Cassie and other women.

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