Summer is right around the corner and this year, it seems as though the girls are moving up from a “Hot Girl Summer” to an “Act Bad Summer.” Some may even call it the “Caresha Please Summer.” Either way, this summer is going to be a season for the history books, thanks to Yung Miami.

Since the rapper has taken over pop culture, many fans have been yearning to learn the ways of the City Girl. Now, she has released a guide to “acting bad” in time for the warmer months ahead.

Yung Miami’s “Act Bad” Starter Kit

The rapper took to her Instagram story to share a look at her new wig, which prompted her to give her followers the keys to acting bad.

The first item on the list is to make sure you eat. Yung Miami tells her fans that “a good meal/snack before the turn up” is essential. She said that they “can’t act bad on an empty stomach,” which is true. According to an article in Insider, foods high in protein and healthy fats, like yogurt and salmon, can help slow alcohol absorption. This helps to avoid hangovers and getting too drunk.

The next tip on Yung Miami’s list is “make sure you got your bottles/shots with some water to wash it down with or in between shots.” Staying hydrated is very important when it comes to drinking. Alcohol is a diuretic, which effectively strips your body of electrolytes. Your hangover will be worse, if you don’t take the necessary steps to keep water flowing throughout your body.

Yung Miami stresses the importance of safe driving. Her next rule is to “get with the gang and make sure to get a driver/Lyft, so you can act the baddest.” Having a good time should never end with the possibility of someone getting hurt because of reckless decisions. Yung Miami knows that and made sure to make that clear in her rule book.

The last tip that Yung Miami gave to “act bad” this summer is to “go outside and live your best MF life.” Life is worth living. The City Girl embodies that belief and has shown it by consistently betting on herself. From her new clothing brand to her hit podcast “Caresha Please,” she is embracing all the opportunities that come her way.