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After being being threatened by ex boyfriend, Rapper Kodak Black, cops say that Yung Miami got shot at

Pregnant rapper Yung Miami escaped getting injured in a drive-through shooting in much less than a week. This was after ex-boyfriend rapper Kodak Black recorded a freestyle screed from his prison. It cited him punching her in the belly due to the fact she became pregnant with every other man’s child.

Nonetheless, the young woman managed to get away safely from the danger, says the police, and this video she launched on social media.

The City Girls member, whose actual name is Caresha Brownlee, was seated in her Mercedes-Benz SUV. The capturing erupted at a North Miami-Dade music studio. On a video published on her Instagram page, Brownlee said she ran for cover whilst the shots rang out.

Is Kodak Black the person behind the shooting at Yung Miami (P.C: Gizmo Posts)

In the video, you can hear her saying, “I don’t know where they came from.”

Later on her Instagram, she assured her fans that both the baby and she were “perfectly fine.” She even thanked them for their sympathies, condolences, and prayers.

Her announcement about being pregnant with her second child was made in June. She hasn’t identified the father, but she also didn’t deny reports of whether it could potentially be her current boyfriend Southside. She also hasn’t told how far she is with her due date thus creating more suspension.

Southside and Yung Miami attend the Billboard Music Awards on May 1 in Las Vegas (P.C: The Mercury News)

Sources say that police haven’t been able to connect the shooting to the rap recorded through Kodak Black, 22. Apparently there was a jailhouse phone call that released through social media in late July. He has been behind bars since May after federal prosecutors stated the rapper lied two times on paperwork to buy guns.

Bill Kapri, who goes by his stage name now, was arrested in May, just before his performance at the Rolling Loud music festival in Miami.