Yung Miami, Jade Ramey Fire Back at Claims They Are ‘Sex Workers’ for Diddy

Yung Miami and Jade Ramey are shown in images they posted on Instagram. (Credit: Instagram)

Rapper Yung Miami and Instagram influencer Jade Ramey (L-R above) have both denied a bombshell a claim alleging they are paid “sex workers” for Sean “Diddy” Combs.

Ramey took to Instagram to set the record straight on Sunday, April 7, after music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones said in his sex abuse lawsuit against Combs that the music mogul pays a group of women a “monthly fee” for sex.

Saying she was previously in a relationship with Combs, Ramey insisted she’s not a prostitute.

“Yes, I dated someone. Dating someone doesn’t directly correlate to any of the false allegations made,” she shared in a statement on Instagram. “How unfortunate we’ve entered a time where caring for someone or falling in love is worthy of scrutiny in the court of public opinion.”

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Jade Ramey posted a statement to Instagram on Sunday, April 7, 2024. (Credit: Instagram)
Jade Ramey posted a statement on Instagram.

Ramey has 1.2 million followers on the platform. She describes herself online as a “certified wellness coach” and an “ordained minister.”

On March 25, Lil Rod added an amendment to his lawsuit and alleged that Combs’ staff sends a “monthly stipend” via wire transfer to three women each month in exchange for sex.

“The women who received these payments are Caresha Romeka Brownlee, aka ‘Yung Miami,’ Jade Ramey, aka ‘Jade,’ and Daphne Joy Cervantes Narvaez, aka, ‘Daphne Joy’ who were paid a monthly fee to work as Mr. Combs’ sex workers,” the complaint alleged.

Jones also questioned if the women pay taxes on the income.

“It is unclear if they were provided the appropriate United States federal tax documents for these payments or if they independently declared these payments on their taxes,” the lawsuit said.

Diddy’s ex-girlfriend, City Girls member Yung Miami, also responded to the claims Sunday on Instagram after Diddy’s nemesis — rapper 50 Cent — shared a clip from an appearance she made on “The Jason Lee Show” and joked about being a “whore.”

“I just had a conversation with somebody the other day, I said, ‘I’m really — like with a W, I’m a whore,'” Yung Miami said in the interview.

After 50 Cent reposted the clip on April 7, she jumped in the comments section and denied being a sex worker.

“I think this got taken out of context, it’s a gay slur ‘what’s up whore’ is something my gay cousin always said to me. It’s c–t it’s a slang that we said to each other that’s what I was trying to explain to Jason because he’s gay and he got what I was trying to say. I’m not a prostitute,” she said, via Us magazine.

Daphne Joy, who is the mother of 50 Cent’s 12-year-old son, also denied Lil Rod’s claims.

In a statement posted to Instagram on March 28, she threatened legal action against the music producer and his lawyer.

“I am deeply hurt by the lies in Rodney Jones’ lawsuit. The claim that I am a sex worker is 100% false and character assassination. I am retaining an attorney to explore all legal remedies against both Rodney and his attorney [Tyrone A. Blackburn],” she shared.

Joy, who is a fitness influencer, Instagram model and actress, also fired back at ex-boyfriend 50 Cent for taunting her on social media, and she accused him of assault.

“Let’s put the real focus on your true evil actions of raping me and physically abusing me. You are no longer my oppressor and my God will handle you from this point on,” Joy wrote.

She went on to say the “Candy Shop” rapper is an absentee dad to their son.

“We moved to New York to give you the opportunity to be a father to your son and you saw him 10 times out of the two years that we lived one mile away from you,” she stated.