The stars were ready for the smoke as they graced the carpet for the You People premiere last Tuesday and Yung Miami exclusively revealed who she would love to bring on as a guest Caresha Please.
“I would love to give the smoke to Cardi B because I think we need to smoke it up,” she shared.
The rapper continued and shared her dream interview, letting us know she would love to give the smoke to Beyoncé and the question she would ask the Renaissance artist.
“I want to know what it feels like to be Beyoncé,” she laughed.
“How does it feel to be the baddest b*tch on earth. I really want to know that.”
The Miami native is seen in the trailer for the film and shares how “blessed” she is to receive recent acting opportunities.
“I thank God every day when I wake up from my life,” she expressed.
“To come where I come from, 5 years ago to now, thank you God. I feel blessed.”
She then gives an update on new music, sharing the City Girls are aiming for a spring/summer release.
“The album has a couple of bops on there and the fans are going to be in their bag,” she expressed.
“A little a** shaking, lovemaking, and a little bit of f**ck the n**** and that’s my n****.”
Coco Jones also stopped by and gave us an exclusive about her upcoming EP deluxe version of her EP What I Didn’t Tell You, revealing the new records will showcase more sexy records and even lets us know the title of one of the new records called ‘Plan B.’
The actress gives us a taste of what’s to come from her hit show Bel-Air as it readies up for season two, disclosing Hilary and Jazz are going to be “boo’d up really bad” this season until a someone from Hilary’s past comes and shakes things up.
A recurring question we asked a few celebs on the carpet was the first Black movie they would throw on for their significant other, to which Kenya Barris, who co-wrote the film, said he would play Love Jones.
“It’s about a relationship and is told in a big way,” he said.
“Then we’re going to get into Roots and a few others. If I have to throw on too much, then they aren’t the person for me.”
Raven Symone, who is currently in an interracial marriage and walked the carpet with her boo Miranda Maday, told us her selection which includes the cult classic Harlem Nights, starring Eddie Murphy.
“I would start with Harlem Nights, Boomerang, and then Pootie Tang,” she shared, before her wife chimed in and added Set It Off.
It was all fun and smiles at the premiere, so make sure you stream You People on Netflix.