Yung Miami Sick of People Running Fake Accounts of Her Baby Summer

The City Girls member takes to Instagram Stories to warn her fans of people pretending to be her and launching Instagram pages claimed to be belonging to the one-month-old infant.

AceShowbiz - Yung Miami isn't having it that people are using her baby Summer for clout. The new mom noticed there were some fake Instagram accounts claimed to be belonging to her daughter after she debuted the little girl on her official social media page.

Not letting those clout chasers gain further advantage from using her daughter's name and photos, the rapper warned her fans and followers of the impostors. "My baby don't have a IG pls block anyone pretending to run a account," she posted on her Instagram Stories on Thursday, November 28.

To prevent further misuse of her daughter's photos, the one-half of female rap duo City Girls said that she's not posting anymore picture of her baby girl. She added, "Not posting my baby no more y'all ppl are sick. So good luck with the 3 pic y'all got."

Yung additionally shared screengrabs of several fake accounts that were posting photos of her baby. One of which even included a fake email address for "business inquires." "Do not email this is a fake account," she wrote over the images. "My baby don't have IG!!"

Yung announced that she had given birth to Summer on Friday, October 18. At the time, the raptress shared a photo of the little one asleep in her bassinet with her baby daddy, Southside, lying in a bed close by. The femcee said in the caption, "Summer Miami. So happy & blessed." Despite having been proudly sharing pictures of her baby girl, Yung mostly opted not to disclose the face of her daughter.

Summer is Yung's second child. She has a 5-year-old son from a previous relationship. As for her boyfriend Southside, the record producer has five other children.

Yung previously opened up about her second pregnancy prior to giving birth. The star admitted she was nervous at first "because when women usually get pregnant in hip-hop, they feel like their career is over." However, she added, "The times have changed now, you can have a baby and still pursue your career."

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