Yung Miami Accused Of Transporting ‘Pink Cocaine’ To Diddy In Updated Court Documents

(HOT 97) – New legal documents in Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones’s lawsuit against Bad Boy mogul Diddy accuse Yung Miami of trafficking a drug called “tuci” for Diddy. According to reports, the accusation arose during a discussion about Pharrell Williams’ Something in the Water Festival in Virginia. Allegedly, Diddy wasn’t satisfied with the cocaine available at the event and requested “pink cocaine,” also known as “tusi” or “tuci,” a mix of ecstasy and cocaine.

The updated court documents, adding 25 pages to Lil Rod’s filing, delve into Diddy’s preference for “pink cocaine.” It’s claimed that Diddy obtained the drug from Brendan Paul, his alleged drug mule, who was recently arrested. However, the filing asserts that Yung Miami ultimately supplied the drug.

According to the court filing, during rehearsals for ‘Something in the Westival,’ Lil Rod witnessed Diddy indulging in cocaine. When Brendan forgot to bring the desired “tuci,” Diddy’s assistant, Kristina Khorram, called Yung Miami, who then transported it on Diddy’s private jet from Miami to Virginia.

Brendan Paul tasked the City Girls rapper with transporting the drug after realizing his mistake. Additionally, Lil Rod alleges that members of Diddy’s team secured other drugs for him, including ecstasy, cocaine, GHB, and ketamine.

Despite the accusations, police have not linked the drugs to Diddy. However, Paul was arrested at the Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport for cocaine and marijuana possession amid the ongoing investigation.

While Yung Miami has remained relatively silent about the situation, she responded to fans on social media after fans inquired about her whereabouts on X (formerly Twitter).

On the same day, law enforcement officials conducted raids at Diddy’s residences in both Los Angeles and Miami while he was flying on his private jet from California to the Caribbean. His sons, Justin Combs and Christian “King” Combs, were present at the Los Angeles residence and were observed in handcuffs during the operation.