Less than a week after rapper Kodak Black recorded a freestyle screed from his Miami jail cell about punching his pregnant ex-girlfriend in the stomach, the young woman managed to safely escape a fusillade of gunfire, according to police and a video she released on social media.
Female rapper Yung Miami, whose real name is Caresha Brownlee, was seated in her Mercedes-Benz SUV at a North Miami-Dade music studio when the gunfire erupted. On a video posted on her Instagram page, Brownlee said she ran for cover when the shots rang out.
“I don’t know where they came from,” she can be heard saying on the video.
Law enforcement sources tell us … Miami-Dade PD got a call of a shooting early Tuesday morning near Circle House Studios. Yung Miami was in the red Mercedes G-Wagon that took fire, but we’re told she was not hit.
Yung Miami’s G-Wagon was allegedly shot at leaving Circle House.
You can see Yung Miami in a video from after the shooting scene talking to cops, explaining what happened.
She told officers the shots came from behind her from a vehicle with its lights off, and a bullet struck the spare tire of her ride. She was reportedly leaving the studio when it happened
Miami-Dade PD is investigating, but we’re told there are no suspects at this time.
Yung Miami revealed she’s pregnant with her second child in June, but it’s unclear how far along she is. What’s interesting — just a week ago Kodak Black dissed her in a freestyle from jail and made a detestable comment about her pregnancy.
Kodak rapped, “I bought Yung Miami a ring, she wanted 808 baby. When I see her I’ma hit that b*tch in her stomach. The way I keep my sh*t too real, they say I’m f**king up my money.”
808 is a reference to 808 Mafia producer, Southside, who’s Miami’s baby daddy.
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