Yung Miami’s Reality Show Reportedly Edits Out Diddy Amid Sexual Assault Allegations

by Grace Somes
Yung Miami and Diddy || Image credit: @yungmiami305 @diddy

Yung Miami, real name Caresha Brownlee’s, new project reality project about her life, is experiencing hitches after production cut all of Diddy’s scenes due to his numerous controversies.

In case you’ve forgotten, Diddy was hit with an array of lawsuits last year, starting from his ex Cassie, who sued him in November, who sued him for sexual assault, and physical and emotional abuse.

Although Cassie agreed to an out-of-court settlement just a day after filing, the damming allegations still hunt the Bad Boy Records founder.

Soon after these accusations went public, Diddy took to social media to deny them all.

Ahead of the 2023 VMA Awards, Yung Miami revealed several new projects, including a television program, a City Girls album, and a podcast.

According to The Jasmine Brand, sources close to the celebrity couple say that the rapper now has to tape new footage to replace the film that has Diddy in it because BET has decided to cut Diddy out even though these scenes were filmed before all the sexual assault accusations.

29-year-old Yung Miami and 54-year-old Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, have been involved in an on-again-off-again relationship since they went public in June 2022.

Although they made known that it was not an exclusive relationship, the pair spent an awful amount of time together, touring the world. So, we can only imagine how many scenes Yung Miami filmed with him for her upcoming project.

Painfully, many fans hoping to see more of their lavish lifestyle and spicy romance would be majorly disappointed because Yung Miami has to film new content to replace the footage from several episodes featuring Diddy.

This isn’t the only consequence Diddy appears to face because of the lawsuits.

Since these allegations started popping up, Diddy has stepped down as chairman of Revolt, with the Grammys supposedly “evaluating” their decision to invite him to the 2024 ceremony.

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