Yung Miami Shuns Critics Who Compares Her Show To Shannon Sharpe’s

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Yung Miami is ready to defend “Caresha Please,” against Shannon Sharpe’s Club Shay Shay, irrespective of her delay in putting out an episode. The rapper-turned-show host shoots at naysayers for making comparisons. For her, the show is not in the same league as Shannon Sharpe’s show, which garnered controversy following Katt Williams’ interview.

Shannon Sharpe’s Club Shay Shay Being Compared To Caresha Please

Shannon Sharpe’s Club Shay Shay has been one of the most talked about things on the internet. It featured Katt Willaims, who, with no restraint, talked to other comedians, actors, and rappers, paying homage to some while expressing his truth to others.

Katt magnified his importance in the industry by talking about the insecurities of other celebrities. He even made allegations and body-shaming statements. Following the interviews, he has gotten a dose of his own medicine, with comedians slamming his remarks and exalting their successes.

While some fans have enjoyed the premium entertainment from Katt, others slammed the show and compared it to Yung Miami’s “Caresha Please.”

According to HipHopDX, The instigator chimed in via X:

“Club Shay Shay ain’t nothing but Caresha Please for n-ggas.”

This ushered in a host of other comments, with many agreeing that “Caresha Please” shared so much in common with Club Shay Shay.

Yung Miami Blows Hot Following “Caresha Please” Comparison Online

This did not go well with Yung Miami, who knocked off commenters for the Caresha Please and Club Shay Shay comparison; she wrote:

“Yall always got me & Caresha please name in yall mouth. STFU if it’s not that good who tf be watching it then? Corny ass bitches.”

Critics never go scot-free whenever they come for “Caresha Please,” Yung Miami is always sure to defend her project till the end. Just last week, Joe Budden made a sarcastic joke about the REVOLT TV show, referring to Yung Miami’s lack of new shows.

Though Budden commended how far the rapper had gone by winning two BET Awards in a row, he whisked her off the world of the podcast with a sendoff song. Yung Miami immediately activated her mama bear, slamming all the men who were seeking her downfall.

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