According to reports, City Girls’ JT was involved in a $1 Million dollar fraud scheme and this is coming after she and teammate Yung Miami (Caresha) made it on Drake’s album “Scorpion”.
Drake’s new album Scorpion arrived Thursday night featuring collaborations with Michael Jackson, JAY-Z, and the City Girls, Miami’s newest rap duo.
The 6 God samples the rising Florida duo’s debut single “Fu*k Dat Ni**a” on the standout “In My Feelings,” and also shouts them out by name.
JT took to Instagram to address her fraud situation and wrote:
“Did more [than] I thought I could imagine this short period of time out on bond now it’s time for me to knock this down & come back strong forever.. hold my baby down y’all @yungmiami305″
See City Girls’ JT Instagram post below:
WHO ARE THE CITY GIRLS?
City Girls is the Miami-based rap duo of J.T. and Yung Miami.
J.T. and Yung Miami are female rappers who rose to fame in Miami as the rap duo City Girls. They are currently signed to Quality Control Music alongside Migos, Lil Yachty, Young Thug and more.
JT and Yung Miami met in Miami eight years ago when the two were teenagers. They spent summers at each other’s grandmother’s houses and used a cousin’s warehouse to record their first single ”Fuck that N****a” which landed them on Quality Control’s artist compilation album.
DJ Khaled also appeared in City Girls’ first video.
Then the new Drake album Scorpion came out, and one of the highlights is when the City Girls‘ “Fuck Dat N****” is sampled on “In My Feelings.”
In the same song Drake shouts out City Girls’ JT and Yung Miami by name.
Gushing about the feature, JT and Yung Miami (Caresha) were over the moon that Drake followed them on social media and eventually put them on his Scorpion album. Infact they were shocked he even knew them.
City Girls JT told Rap-UP:
“Growing up, I always been a Drake fan. “How did Drake know us? We just some random hood City Girls. How he heard our music? For him to just follow us, not even knowing he knew our music, it’s like people is really paying attention to us.”
Not only did Drake follow them, but he ended up putting them on his album.
“That’s why Drake is still hot,” said JT. “He’s not grouchy. He been in the game for a long time, he’s a legend, but he still is hip with what’s new. I love Drake.”
JT previously revealed that she was indicted for fraud right before she signed with her label, Quality Control Music.