‘Pee Diddy’ Trends After Yung Miami Admits Liking to Be Peed On
Yung Miami has the internet calling Diddy a new moniker after admitting that she enjoys being peed on during sex in a recent episode of her podcast.
On Thursday (Jan. 19), Yung Miami aired the latest episode of her Caresha Please podcast with guest Trina. During the pod’s drinking game segment, one of the questions asked if the women were fans of golden showers, the nickname for urinating on someone as a sexual act.
“I do,” Yung Miami admitted at the 1:47:57-mark of the podcast.
“Golden showers?” Trina questioned. “Meaning when the guy pees on you everywhere? You like it?”
“I just like it,” Yung Miami doubled down. “I don’t know, it just do something to me.”
The internet ran with Yung Miami’s admission, with “Pee Diddy” becoming the top trending topic on Twitter, due to the City Girls rapper and Bad Boy CEO’s long-going relationship.
“20 days into the new year and Yall done changed Brother Love name to Pee Diddy yall wild,” one person tweeted.
“I log onto Twitter and ‘Pee Diddy’ is trending bcz Diddy be peeing on Careesha and she likes it and it’s got R. Kelly trending too..plzz,” someone else posted.
“Me opening twitter early in the morning and seeing why ‘Pee Diddy’ is trending! Smh Y’all really outchea Pushing ee this morning huh? Lol,” another person captioned a photo of Jay-Z with the stank face.
Yung Miami typically does not hold anything back on her show. During an episode last month, she addressed the elephant in the room about whether she knew Diddy had a baby on the way before he announced it to the world in December.
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