Rapper Implies Oprah Isn’t Black, Receives Swift Backlash

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Yung Miami of the hip-hop duo City Girls is facing widespread criticism for saying in a recent interview that she wants to be "the Black Oprah" The rapper made the reference to Oprah Winfrey while speaking with XXL magazine about the launch of her new podcast, Caresha Please.
2 months ago·New York, United States

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Yung Miami's "Black Oprah" comment draws a range of reactions

The City Girls rapper and podcast host has generated a lot of controversy for her answer to an interviewer's question about her aspirations.

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Rapper Implies Oprah Isn’t Black, Receives Swift Backlash

American rapper Yung Miami posted a tweet September 27 saying she was "the next black Oprah," and swiftly divided the internet.

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Yung Miami says she wants to be next 'Black Oprah', Internet reminds her 'already got one of those'

Yung Miami says she wants to be 'Black Oprah', Internet reminds her 'already got one of those'Twitter is responding to Yung Miami's comment about being the next ‘Black Oprah’ with its customary harshness. In an exclusive interview with XXL, Yung Miami, aka Caresha Brownlee and one-half of the City Girls, discussed her relationship with Diddy, her musical career, and where she plans to go next as she advances in the industry.Although it's obvious…

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Yung Miami’s ’Black Oprah’ Comment Leaves Fans Giggling

The City Girl probably just misspoke, but it's led to some hilarious and insightful commentary by fans on Twitter.

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Yung Miami Says She Wants To Be The Next “Black Oprah”

Yung Miami was trolled on Twitter after saying she shared her aspirations to become “the next Black Oprah.”

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Yung Miami Says She Wants To Be The “Black Oprah,” Leaving Fans Confused

The City Girls rapper recently said she hopes to eventually become the "Black Oprah."

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