Florida rapper Yung Miami is counting the months remaining in 2020. The hip-hop entertainer went online this past weekend to admit she hasn’t enjoyed the first half of the year.
Yung Miami x 2020
Heading into Monday, Miami went to her social media pages and kept it 100 about 2020. Yung’s concerns about the year follow massive events including the death of NBA icon Kobe Bryant, the global coronavirus pandemic and the murders of unarmed Black civilians George Floyd and Breonna Taylor at the hands of law enforcement.
“I’m scared of 2020 dead a**!” -Yung Miami’s Twitter
On Friday, Yung hit up Twitter with an unexpected shout-out to rap superstar Drake. Miami crowned the 6 God and City Girls supporter the greatest alive. The massive salute also came after rap artists like T.I. and Vince Staples said Atlanta had the best rappers.
“Drake is the greatest alive! And that’s on in my feelings 💁🏾♀️ Can y’all leave me tf alone I’m just tweeting my thoughts damn this has nothing to do with our album it’s gone do what it suppose to!” -Yung Miami’s Twitter
Back in summer 2018, Yung Miami and her City Girls group member JT had their vocals featured on Drake’s unforgettable “In My Feelings” classic.
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A few weeks ago, Canadian rap star Tory Lanez showed the same respect to the rap legend Drake. In a clip, Lanez called the fellow Toronto native a living legend based solely off his music’s vibes from a massive penthouse.
“Tory Lanez living his best life 🌃 .” -Tory Lanez’s Instagram
Before You Go
Back in August 2018, Drake and Tory shocked Toronto fans. The one-time rap foes united on-stage at Drizzy’s 8th annual OVO Fest concert for an unforgettable moment.
“I wanna say something. Look, I want every young person in this building to look at what’s happening – I want you to understand something. You see this guy right here? We had problems with each other, we had never even met each other, I met the man and he’s a great guy!”