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'City Girls' Yung Miami’s Ex Jai Wiggins Reportedly Killed In Shooting, She Mourns Death Of Son's Father

By Ryan Naumann

City Girls’ Yung Miami is mourning the death of her ex-boyfriend and father to her son, Jai Wiggins.

The rapper posted a series of personal photos of Jai with their son Jai Wiggins Jr. She wrote, “Babies 1st words are DADA & that’s what you are a FATHER to Jai. You & Jai is peanut butter & jelly always together one thing about you, you don’t play about your son! So humble, quiet & uplifting. I hate this happen to you Jai you didn’t deserve this! Jai need you 💔💔”

In another post, Yung Miami wrote, “Damn Jai I can’t believe you gone.” Jai was reportedly involved in a fatal shooting over the weekend.

JT, the other half of City Girls, wrote a message supporting Yung Miami, “Caresha don’t deserve this shit, my baby haven’t really caught a break in years always being forced to be strong .... God send her a miracle her heart so broken & mine is too.”


As The Blast first reported, Yung Miami (real name: Caresha Brownlee) has had a rocky relationship with Jai over the years. Last year, Jai avoided being thrown in jail after violating the order of protection that was obtained by Yung Miami. The court ordered Jai to complete a domestic violence batters’ course and intervention program along with parenting classes.

Back in 2015, Yung Miami filed for a temporary restraining order against Jai over an alleged domestic violence incident. The two share a son named Jai Wiggins Jr.


The City Girls star ended her relationship with Jai in 2015 due to his alleged violent behavior.

The last incident happened in October 2015 when Jai allegedly pulled Yung Miami out of a car and repeatedly punched her in the face and head. She was eventually granted a long-term protective order against Jai, which required him to stay 500 yds away from the rapper. The City Girls star was also awarded sole custody of the couple’s son.

In the years since the court battle, it appeared the two were co-parenting better and working on their relationship.

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