Yung Miami continued going back and forth with fans on-line over her efficiency on the newest episode of 50 Cent‘s BMF present. For the episode, Miami performed the function of Deanna Washington. In a single viral second, her character learns in regards to the dying of her husband from Huge Meech. Yung Miami’s faux crying within the scene was the topic of many jokes on-line afterward.
When one fan shared a TikTok referencing the present, Miami wrote again “Man I’m cryinh.” Earlier within the night time, she vented: “If I’m crying why y’all laughing??? Y’all play to a lot.” Whereas there have been loads of jokes made about her look, different followers praised the efficiency. “I like to see [people] win in life, elevate, and provides their household the [world]!” one fan wrote in a candy message. In response, the Metropolis Ladies rapper stated: “The extra they hate, the extra alternatives come!! It’s solely the start for me!”
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Miami isn’t the primary rapper to land a job on BMF. Kash Doll additionally just lately performed Monique, a single mom who works as a paralegal and serves as a love curiosity of Huge Meech. “It’s a full circle second man. I got here up listening to about BMF once I was youthful and simply seeing how huge their motion was. Being part of this story on Starz with 50 Cent, man, it simply feels superb. It’s one thing I can’t clarify. I’m simply grateful for that chance,” she instructed HipHopDX.
STARZ renewed BMF for a 3rd season in January. “BMF captures the essence of Detroit by way of elevated, gritty storytelling and our followers have passionately responded to this present greater than ever earlier than,” STARZ president of programming Kathryn Busby stated in an announcement. “Following such a powerful debut with Season 2, we’re thrilled to proceed to increase on the unbelievable story of the Flenory brothers as they alter the sport by writing their very own guidelines. We are able to’t wait to see what our extraordinary producers and forged ship subsequent.”
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