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Bullshit or Truth…Yung Miami Pregnant by Kodak Black?

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With one of its members already in prison, it looks like the other half of the group could soon be leaving for an extended period of time too, because City Girl’s’ Yung Miami might be pregnant.

Young Miami alluded to the news the other day, via her social media account. And what’s shocking is that if she’s actually prego, the baby father could be one of two people. According to MediaTakeOut, Miami’s baby father could either be Southside or Kodak Black.

For those of you who don’t know, Southside is a music producer, and he and Miami have been dating for the last year–in between breakups. During their last time calling it quits, Miami moved onto the established Florida rapper, Kodak Black’s home. However, they didn’t last very long, before Miami got back with her ex-boyfriend.

And though Miami has yet to confirm if the news is true or not, her IG post seems to be doing the talking for her.

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Uhhhh #YungMiami 👀👀

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