City Girls’ Yung Miami chats with Diddy and more guests on ‘Caresha Please’
REVOLT presents “Caresha Please,” a new series hosted by Yung Miami aka Caresha Brownlee. She’s half of the hip-hop group City Girls, and now Yung Miami is chatting with guests on her lifestyle podcast where any topic is fair game. In upcoming episodes, hip-hop’s biggest stars are tackling tough questions, and the conversations might free-flow from relationships and love to career choices, parenting, and so much more.
Start the series in any order, with the average episode running less than 45 minutes. The first episode featured rapper, mogul, Bad Boy Records founder, and REVOLT TV owner Sean “Diddy” Combs. Yung Miami asked him all about his new R&B label, Love Records, and “Rap Freaks’” origin story. The duo unpacked some life goals and what authenticity means to them.
Diddy and Yung Miami also dove into their relationship status, toxicity truths, and more. Diddy said he’s single and clarified, “We date. We’re dating… we go have dates. We’re friends. We go to exotic locations. We have great times.”
Diddy talked about life and fatherhood since Kim Porter passed away. The actress and model mothered 3 of his kids, and Diddy cried for 3 consecutive months after losing her. Diddy explained he was a part-time father before her death, and things have quickly gotten real so he now considers himself a full-time father. Diddy said, “I’ve never been in this situation and you know, I guess God gave me some karma. Hit me three times … three times, I got three girls turning 16.”
Diddy said he’s super proud of his beautiful and strong daughters who are just getting started on their own dreams. He added, “It’s clear why women run the world, you know what I’m saying? Like when I’m around them.” Diddy also shared his religious practices and how he uses prayer to deal with grief.
You can catch video versions of “Caresha Please” on YouTube or REVOLT’s app. Check out audio episodes wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.