In a heated back-and-forth exchange that originated on Instagram, Karlissa Saffold posted a copy of Yung Miami’s tweet to Charlamagne Tha God about Carlee Russell, the Alabama woman who staged her own disappearance.
“THANK YOU @cthagod everything is NOT MENTAL ILLNESS!! Some ppl will do anything for attention! I don’t see mental illness at all in this carlee case!” she wrote on Thursday (July 20).
Saffold didn’t agree with Yung Miami’s assessment, and took to her Instagram stories to comment. “I’d play kidnapped before letting someone pee on me,” she wrote.
This prompted a clapback from the City Girl (which has since been deleted). “We know you will, cause you a mental ill old attention seeking hoe. Next!” she wrote.
Check out the exchange captured by The Neighborhood Talk below:
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Carlee Russell made national headlines when she reportedly disappeared from her hometown in Alabama during the week of July 10. Though she claimed she was kidnapped, police confirmed in a press conference on Wednesday (July 19) that there was no evidence of a kidnapping, according to News One.
As for Blueface’s mom, she made headlines last month when she claimed that she turned down the advances of rappers like 50 Cent and Ice Cube “back in the day.”
“Y’all already know I wasn’t nothing to deal with 20 years ago,” she said in an Instagram video, scanning her body with the camera. “Shit 25, put a week on it. [I] wasn’t nothing to play with, okay? Ask somebody. Who I turned down? 50, Shaq, Cube… Who else? Usher… It was a no! So momma didn’t play. Better ask somebody, I wasn’t nothing to deal with. It was a no.”
Meanwhile, Yung Miami recently came under fire from her baby daddy, Southside, with whom she shares her daughter Summer.
It seems Miami may have pushed the producer’s buttons as the “Grown Man” hitmaker took to social media on Thursday (July 20) to tell Diddy to “come get [his] bitch.”
“@diddy come get yo bitch my n-gga,” Southside wrote, directly tagging the Bad Boy boss.