Yung Miami is blossoming right before our eyes. The rising rap superstar — who is also one-half of the super-smash Hip-Hop duo, City Girls — has a successful music career, several side businesses, plus more. And she shows no signs of slowing down. Throughout her short career, Yung Miami has earned an impressive $2 million net worth, per Distractify. She’s also been making moves such as the one with her new Revolt show, “Caresha Please,” which has none other than Sean “Diddy” Combs as the executive producer, which could add to that. Let’s take a look at some other fun facts about the rising superstar. Editorial note: The net worth listed in this piece is a speculative estimate drawn from a variety of online sources.
Jun 27, 2022
The City Girls are here to stay, whether their haters like it or not. In a recent report for Rolling Stone, it was revealed that Summer Walker was enlisting the aid of JT for her newest album, “Still Over It.” The outlet confirms that in the teaser video for the album — which is set to drop in November 2021 — Walker is featured on the phone with JT. While arguably controversial, it’s also just in the City Girls style to flip a negative into a positive (since the video was dated two years ago, it’s meant to imply that it was recorded during JT’s incarceration). Since they first burst onto the mixtape scene in 2017, JT (born Jatavia Shakara Johnson) and Yung Miami (born Caresha Romeka Brownlee) have been making waves everywhere they go. They’ve certainly come a long way from their humble beginnings — born and raised in poverty, JT and Yung Miami worked in fast-food joints and Whole Foods Market before making it big. From appearances on hit songs (Drake’s “In My Feelings) to...
Oct 7, 2021