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Last night, City Girls rapper Yung Miami made her acting debut on Starz' BMF and fans are loving it. Her big dramatic scene as Meech's potential Atlanta connect Ty Washington (Mike Merrill) prompted a variety of reactions from viewers.
On a recent episode of Starz's BMF, Yung Miami guest starred as Deanna Washington. The City Girls rapper played the loving wife to Ty Washington (Mike Merrill), played by Mike Merrill. Although some viewers were unimpressed with her acting abilities, others found her comedic antics amusing.
Yung Miami has been actively pursued an acting career this year, appearing in the Netflix comedy You People with Eddie Murphy, Jonah Hill and Lauren London as well as an episode of Grown-ish. Although some viewers have not been particularly wowed by her on-screen performances, she hasn't let that get to her - instead striving to improve each day.
She recently performed at Rolling Loud California wearing her feather-covered outfit and received glowing reactions from Twitter followers. Additionally, she has several projects planned, such as the movie "Pinata," set for release in January 2023.
As the rapper has been busy with various projects this year, she has been trying to be more present on social media. Earlier this month, she shared a video of her performance at Rolling Loud which received positive reactions from fans.
In her most recent act, she was mocked for her on-screen performance and some fans questioned her ability to portray a serious role. Many referred to it as an unintentional comedy and expressed their disapproval via Twitter.
Deanna's character had a poignant scene when Big Meech (Lil Meech) broke the news to her that her husband had passed away. This scene called for much crying, yet Yung Miami managed to pull it off despite the audience's disapproval.
Even if she wasn't a fan of the scene, she still had an enjoyable time. She even posted a picture of herself and JT on Twitter!
On top of her acting career, Yung Miami has been busy working on her podcast "Caresha Please," which debuted in June. Additionally, she's been promoting her mixtape Quality Control.
Though some viewers were not delighted with her acting debut on 'BMF,' Yung Miami hasn't let that get to her. She has been retweeting encouraging messages from her fans and remains confident in her ability to be a successful actress.
City Girls rapper Yung Miami is taking her acting career to new heights. After landing a recurring role on Netflix's 'You People,' she now guest stars on 50 Cent's beloved STARZ drama series BMF.
Yung Miami's guest appearance on BMF is the latest in a long line of high-profile guests that have graced the series. Previous guest stars have included Serayah, Eminem and Snoop Dogg - all rap superstars!
The show, currently in its second season, has garnered 4.1 million multiplatform viewers and recently announced that it has been renewed for another season. This upcoming season will follow the story of drug kingpins Demetrius "Big Meech" Flenory and Terry "Southwest Tee" Flenory as they expand their empire.
This season, there are a host of new faces joining the cast, including comedian Mo'Nique and actor Leslie Jones. Two-time Grammy Award winners 2 Chainz (The Enforcer) and NE-YO (Dance Monsters, Hip-Hop Family Christmas Wedding) will also make appearances as recurring characters on the show.
BMF will also be welcoming back some of its regular cast members alongside guest stars. Past stars include Da'Vinchi, Russell Hornsby, Michole Briana White, La La Anthony and Myles Truitt.
Meanwhile, Yung Miami will portray Deanna Washington - a married mother of two who is devastated by the passing of her husband.
Fans are not pleased with her performance, and many are taking to Twitter to criticize what they consider to be TUBI-quality acting. While it is understandable that some may not find her work admirable, she was quick to respond to any negative remarks and stand up against trolls.
Yung Miami promised her time on the show would be a learning experience and she was determined to make her acting debut with grace and precision. She expressed that she hopes to achieve success in her career despite any criticism, vowing that she won't let anyone stop her from following her dreams. Additionally, she retweeted some of her fans' encouraging messages as motivation throughout this challenging journey.
On a recent episode of BMF, Yung Miami made her acting debut as Deanna Washington. The 29-year-old City Girls rapper experienced a particularly heartbreaking scene when Lil Meech's Big Meech informed her that her husband had passed away.
Fans of Yung Miami were critical of her acting performance, which they labeled "TUBI." However, the rapper explained that she didn't mean to be funny but rather wanted to help her character cope with the news of her husband's passing.
Many have taken to Twitter to criticize Yung Miami's acting skills, and it appears that her performance on the Starz drama hasn't been met with much praise. In fact, many are labeling her performance as some of the worst they have seen in some time!
The drama follows two brothers who are credited with founding one of Detroit's largest drug empires in the 1980s. It features Russell Hornsby, Da'Vinchi, Michole Briana White, La La Anthony, Arkeisha 'Kash Doll' Knight, Myles Truitt, Steve Harris and Sydney Mitchell in leading roles.
After an exciting season premiere, the show returns for another action-packed installment. This episode follows the Flenory brothers and their criminal organization, The Black Mafia Family.
In the latest episode, drug kingpins expand their operations beyond Detroit in an effort to make more money. This leads them to make some questionable decisions with potentially lethal outcomes.
Though most of the cast members have been praised for their performances, Yung Miami's acting abilities have come under scrutiny on Twitter. Many are calling his performance one of the worst they've seen in years!
Yung Miami had a difficult time responding to some of the harsh criticism directed her way. In an interview with XXL, she expressed her hope for positive feedback after her debut on the show.
Thankfully, some people did respond to Yung Miami and compliment her acting skills. One Twitter user even tweeted her praise of the role; Yung replied by complimenting the person and wishing them all the best in their careers.
On Friday (March 10), Yung Miami gave fans an exclusive glimpse into her guest role on Starz's BMF. In the episode, she played Deanna Washington who wept when Meech informed her that Ty Washington had passed away while at a club.
On Twitter, Yung Miami's dramatic BMF guest role garnered widespread appreciation. Some said she was "mad funny," while others were in awe of her acting prowess.
City Girls rapper appeared on BMF to preview the upcoming season and provide a sneak peek into her upcoming single, 'Mom'. Additionally, she gave an exclusive sneak preview of her upcoming single.
She donned an attention-grabbing ensemble, showcasing her hourglass figure. Her strapless black gown draped around her ample breasts, exposing a stunning midriff.
Last year, Yung Miami publicly declared her relationship with Sean 'Diddy' Combs. On Christmas Day of this year, her baby daughter Love made her first Instagram debut - born in October!
She's been keeping her private life low key while simultaneously pursuing an acting career. Rumors that Diddy may divorce her have spread, potentially complicating matters between the two in their relationship.
Yung Miami isn't taking this breakup with Diddy lightly. She remains dedicated to making a name for herself in the entertainment industry and is always willing to speak out on issues that matter most to her.
Regarding her upcoming project, "Mom," Yung Miami is excited to return to the camera once more. Additionally, she plans to attend the Rolling Loud music festival in March.
Meanwhile, she's not yet ready to give up on her acting career - she's still learning and prepping for her next big role. Additionally, she plans on working on her podcast and even teased a debut album!
On Friday, Yung Miami's Twitter and Instagram accounts were both filled with critics. But she didn't let that get in her way - she simply replied to those who thought her acting abilities were lacking and took time to address their comments.