Who Is Pop Smoke's Girlfriend? Yummy Yellow Shares Heartbreaking Message In Wake Of His Death

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Who Is Pop Smoke's Girlfriend? Yummy Yellow Shares Heartbreaking Message In Wake Of His Death
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The murder of Pop Smoke was, without a doubt, the most shocking news of February 2020. 

Yet, none were more shocked — or hurt — by Pop Smoke's murder than those closest to him. 

There were several celebrities from the hip hop world that paid tribute to the fallen rapper — including 50 Cent and Nicki Minaj — but no post was more touching, or moving, than the post made by the "Welcome to the Party" rapper's longtime girlfriend. 

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Who is Pop Smoke's girlfriend, Yummy Yellow and what did she say to pay tribute to her late boyfriend? Let's look at what we know about her.

1. Who is Pop Smoke's girlfriend? She goes by "Yummy Yellow" on Instagram. 

A gorgeous model with a sizeable social media following, "Yummy Yellow" — AKA Yummy — also runs a kids boutique, where she makes custom-made clothes for your littlest family members that are made-to-order and made to match your own clothing. She's also affiliated with the Perfect Silhouette Spa in New York City, and is a FashionNova affiliate, as well. 

2. She posted a moving tribute to her late boyfriend on Instagram. 

"The more I get to thinking, I realize I tend to have a cold heart but, you melted mine so quickly. We taught each other self-awareness. He was rare. Never once did he try to change me. He was so resilient. Nothing could bend or break him. He made sense out of everything and if he didn’t understand, he would ask you questions, lots of em. He never ceased to amaze me with his honesty. I knew everything, I mean everything. He told me he never trusted a girl before but, he was willing. After a while, we explored each other day in & day out. Determined to find things out about each other that no one else knew. On V-Day, I was ecstatic cause u said I deserved my gift. You went on to say I kept u balanced and I said u kept me grounded! I longed for a pure transparent love like ours," she said, in part.

You can see her full post below. 

 

I’m a mother before anything but, a lover? Not so much. The more I get to thinking, I realize I tend to have a cold heart but, you melted mine so quickly. We taught each other self-awareness. He was rare. Never once did he try to change me. He was so resilient. Nothing could bend or break him. He made sense out of everything and if he didn’t understand, he would ask you questions, lots of em. He never ceased to amaze me with his honesty, I knew everything, I mean everything. He told me he never trusted a girl before but, he was willing. After a while, we explored each other day in & day out. Determined to find things out about each other that no one else knew. On V-Day, I was estatic cause u said I deserved my gift. You went on to say I kept u balanced and I said u kept me grounded! I longed for a pure transparent love like ours. U got that watch to let me know everything we want and desire was now in arm’s reach. Since Mid January U started movin super careful with me. I can’t sit & say I wish I hugged u more before u walked out that door Monday cause I hugged u all night before that flight to Cali. Can’t even say we should of said I love u more that night/morning cause we said it over 20 times. U even came back after leaving the house & said “didn’t I say lock the door?,” with your 2 pigtails cause ya hair wasn’t braided over yet Babe ur growth in everyday life & the industry was like nothing I’ve ever seen. Meet the Woo2 was ahead of it’s time. That’s not a mixtape. That’s an album! Do ya’ll kno he does all this music off the top? No pen, no pad, nothing!? Pop I love u. I adore u. You exceeded my expectations as a man. I tried to protect u from everything, u know that. For anyone who ever loved him, or still loves him, I understand. If you loved him, I love you. Whether its one girl that loves him or 800, he was loved in abundance, period! To all the fans that sent me literally thousands of dm’s, he loves yall & thank you! The sound & vibrations of yall when he hit that stage gave him life! His legacy & his name is not to be FUCD WITH! Pop, I won’t stop loving u! & I GOT U FOREVER On everything, EVERYTIME they see me... Imma make sure they Woo

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3. Pop Smoke didn't mention her while he was alive. 

Even though Pop Smoke had only been in the industry for a little while, he spoke extensively about his family in various interviews. In addition to his father and mother — the latter who said he had a "voice for rap" — Pop Smoke also spoke lovingly about his sister. However, he avoided confirming he had a girlfriend. 

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4. What about Jazzy Mulani? 

Even though Yummy posted a tribute to Pop Smoke, thereby all but confirming that she was his girlfriend, another woman by the name of Jazzy Mulani was also rumored to be his girlfriend, as well.  However, nothing on her Instagram page suggests that she even knew Pop Smoke, let alone was dating him. 

5. Yummy paid tribute to Pop Smoke in her Instagram stories, as well. 

In addition to paying tribute to her fallen boyfriend on her Instagram page, Yummy Yellow posted several stories on her Instagram stories, which have since been deleted, extolling her late man's album and all the different accolades he received. She seemed proud to report that her man was "legendary."

6. Where is the investigation into Pop Smoke's murder now?

The investigation into Pop Smoke's murder is still pending. As of this writing, it's still being investigated as a "gang-related homicide." We will keep you posted on any developments as they arise.

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Bernadette Giacomazzo is an editor, writer, publicist, and photographer whose work has appeared in Teen Vogue, People, Us Weekly, The Source, XXL, HipHopDX, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, BET.com, and more.