Yung Miami Reportedly Sued Over ‘Act Bad’ Merch

Lyndon Abioye |

Yung Miami was served with trademark infringement paperwork at an event this weekend over her ‘Act Bad’ merchandise. 

A man named Larry Taylor videotaped himself at an event Yung Miami attended to give her a copy of the lawsuit.

He says trademark owner, Charlie Cee (real name Charles Kenyatta Jr). Kenyatta, who owns Act Bad Entertainment, hired him to serve her the papers.

“So my bro @charliecee asked me to serve @yungmiami305 with these papers bc he heard she was gonna be in Houston. The suit over Diddy making money off his brand and label and not paying him. Ofc I slid bc, why tf not?” he captioned the video

Yung Miami looked caught off guard.

However, in the comments, an alleged friend of the server says the video is not recent.

“We not friends no more L! I can’t believe you did this to Caresha. This not even new, why you posting it now?” the woman wrote.

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