In the recent NBA Playoffs, Yung Miami has taken the spotlight after Jimmy Butler seemingly made a move on her. As the Miami Heat triumphed over the Boston Celtics with a resounding 128-102 victory, Butler’s impressive performance garnered attention.
During the game, Butler approached Yung Miami, who was seated courtside at the Kaseya Center and engaged in a conversation that resulted in a smile. The exact content of their exchange remains undisclosed.
Yung Miami, the rapper from City Girls, took to Twitter later to respond playfully to fans discussing the incident. In response to a query about what Butler said, she replied with laughing emojis, maintaining an air of mystery. When another fan speculated that she was trying to pursue Butler, she playfully asked who made such a claim.
JT, Yung Miami’s counterpart in City Girls, also joined in on the gossip, expressing her amusement through a tweet that read, “I screamed,” accompanied by laughing emojis. Yung Miami had previously disclosed that a basketball player had helped her through a difficult period following the tragic loss of her ex-partner, Jai Wiggins, who was a victim of gun violence in 2020.
During an interview with The Cut in April, Yung Miami shared her experience, stating that she met someone new, a basketball player, who provided her with solace and a distraction from her profound sorrow. She described him as a level-headed presence who supported her during a challenging time.
Additionally, Yung Miami addressed her relationship with Diddy, revealing that they are currently both single but maintain a strong friendship. Refusing to label their connection, she explained that they had a unique situation where they were heavily involved with each other. She emphasized the support they provided one another and acknowledged that the internet can interpret their relationship as they wish.