Yung Miami Reacts To “BMF” Backlash On Twitter As Trolls Clown Her Performance - WhatsOnRap

Yung Miami is offering up some confident reactions to being clowned for her acting skills after following her debut on BMF.

Yung Miami is recognized as one of the City Girls, yet that does not say she doesn't have targets other than becoming a rap icon. 

She has recently focused her efforts on a variety of projects. Her upcoming music releases with JT, her Caresha Please podcast, and, finally, her acting career are among them. The Florida native first appeared in Netflix's You People. She's subsequently had two notable television appearances.

The mom of two was cast as Ms. It in one episode of Kenya Barris' Grown-ish series' fourth season. In other news, 50 Cent cast Miami alongside Lil Meech, Kash Doll, and La La Anthony on the BMF. Her season two debut aired on Thursday (March 9) night. It was clear that many viewers were disappointed.

Viewers never seem to be shy about criticizing the 29-year performance, old's with some calling it "the worst acting" they've ever seen. Miami slaps Meech in her brief scene with him after learning that her own partner has been shot. Several social media users compared this to the "Twerkulator" artist's real-life predicament with one of her children's dads, who had previously died.

Sadly, Caresha's performance did not convey the feelings BMF supporters desired. Several others chastised her for appearing to want to chuckle at a somber scene onscreen.

While the trolls continued to make fun of her, the recording artist didn't hesitate to respond on Friday (March 10) afternoon. “If I’m crying why y’all laughing??? Y’all play [too] much,” she wrote.

Throughout other comments, Miami expressed appreciation to those who have supported her acting career.

“So today y’all hating on @yungmiami305? She went from scamming, finessing, etc. to rapping, talk show hosting, and acting… Now y’all mad? Damned if you do, damned if you don’t!”  One active supporter wrote in. “I love to see [people] win in life, elevate, and give their family the [world]!” 

Their words came to an end. In response, the City Girl said,  “The more they hate, the more opportunities come!! It’s only the beginning for me!”

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