YUNG MIAMI CELEBRATES SON’S BIRTHDAY, ATTENDS JAI WIGGINS SR.’S FUNERAL

"Thought I Was Dreaming"

Yung Miami’s son, Jai Wiggins Jr., had both a sweet and somber weekend. Little Jai celebrated his seventh birthday the day before attending his father Jai Wiggins Sr.’s funeral.

Yung Miami, real name Caresha Brownlee, gave her son a party to remember. ‘Fortnite’ was the theme of the bash where cake, presents, and love were all in abundance. “Happy 7th birthday, Jai,” Caresha wrote to her son. “I love you so much,” the celebrity mom exclaimed. “Today is a special day. [It is] a day you’ll remember forever. We get to celebrate life for you and your dad. You gained an angel.”

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Jai Wiggins Sr. succumbed to gunshot wounds earlier this month. The news of his passing came within days of Yung Miami giving Jai Sr. well wishes for a speedy recovery.

“Baby’s first words are DADA and that’s what you are: a FATHER to Jai,” Caresha wrote to her son’s father before his passing. “You and Jai is (sic) peanut butter and jelly; always together,” the City Girls band member shared. “One thing about you [is that] you don’t play about your son,” Caresha added. “So humble, quiet, and uplifting.”

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Jai Wiggins Jr. is Yung Miami’s oldest child. The celebrity mom also has a daughter, Summer, with Southside whom she welcomed last October. Stay tuned for more celebrity family news!

Photo: Yung Miami/Instagram

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Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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