Yung Miami Reacts To City Girls Low Sales Projections
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Yung Miami Reacts To City Girls’ Low Sales Projections: ‘That’s Good For A Bi**h Who Can’t Rap’

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City Girls are under fire from social media amid reports the rap duo’s new album sold well under 10,000 units in its first week.

JT and Yung Miami’s return to the music scene came last week with the release of their new full-length album RAW (Real A** W***es). The “Act Up” rappers gave listeners their usual upbeat synergy with fierce verses riddled with explicit in-your-face lyrics.

But the new project seemingly failed to engage listeners as reports surfaced claiming the City Girls only sold between 6,000 and 8,000 units.

Social media hasn’t been holding back, with one Twitter predicting the album was “going triple aluminum.”

“This goin 2x copper,” added someone else.

“Bruh, 6-8k is insane, lmao. They may want to give it up at this point,” one user wrote.

But Yung Miami, real name Caresha Brownlee, is aware of the shade and decided to clap back. The “Act Bad” emcee responded to one critic who bashed the numbers.

“That’s good for a bi*ch who voice y’all hate and can’t rap 😏,” she tweeted on Monday, Oct. 23.

She also warned naysayers to keep her name out of their mouths because she’s keeping an eye on all the shady tweets and who’s behind them.

“All of a sudden, everybody hate me, but I’m bookmarking everything,” she wrote. “I love to make a bi**h eat they words!”

RAW, the City Girls’ third studio album, was released on October 20, 2023. The 18-track album has five single releases, including “Good Love” featuring Usher, “I Need a Thug,” “Piñata,” JT’s “No Bars,” and “Face Down.” The album also includes features from Juicy J, Lil Durk, Muni Long, and Kim Petras.

There’s always a chance that the album’s sales will pick up steam later, but opening sales figures in music are usually a pretty good indication of whether an album will go double platinum or “triple aluminum.”