50 Cent Tells P Diddy He’s Taking Yung Miami Following Breakup Rumours

American rapper 50 Cent has taken a few jabs at P Diddy and announced that he would be shooting his shot at Yung Miami, who allegedly broke up with the record producer. Rumours of their breakup spread after gossip blog MediaTakeOut claimed last week that Yung Miami ended the relationship because he reduced “her allowance to just $200,000 a month.”

In response to the breakup rumours, 50 Cent stated yesterday that he would pursue the City Girls rapper if Diddy did not rekindle their relationship. In the same breath, 50 Cent seemingly told Diddy that he would be “stuck playing wit” his ex-girlfriend Daphne Joy, whom Diddy allegedly dated.

The Many Men rapper reshared the breakup headline from MediaTakeOut on his Instagram page, where he wrote, “LOL PUFFY, You better fix this before i get to Miami or you gonna be stuck playing wit my old shit. LOL you know i don’t miss nothing Justin been knocked it off, we keep it player on this side.”

Additionally, the Shade Room pointed out that Diddy deleted all the pictures from his Instagram and Yung Miami deleted all the photos they took together from her page.

Two months ago, the 28-year-old female rapper hinted to XXL Magazine that she and Diddy were in an open relationship. During the interview, she said, “We are dating. We single, but we’re dating. People don’t know what dating means. He’s single, I’m single, but we’re dating. That’s what I mean when I say we go together. When we’re together, we’re together. We’re having the time of our lives, but we’re still single.”

She again spoke about her relationship with the 53-year-old record executive when she appeared on Caresha Please in June. She said that while they were dating, they were also seeing other people. Furthermore, she pointed out that she was young, and they were both just “having fun.”

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