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Yung Miami is encouraging fans to “Act Up” in the form of the rapper’s new drinking game, Resha Roulette, which is inspired by her podcast Caresha Please. Rather than join the growing list of musician-owned alcohol brands, the “No Bars” singer has released an interactive game for you and friends to test your confidence.
The game is for ages 21+ and comes with four shot glasses and more than 120 cards featuring prompts that aim to get you out of your comfort zone and take risks. Don’t expect this to be a music-trivia game, either. Each card pulled will present you with dares such as “name the last four people you had sex with,” and if you fail to deliver, you’ll have to take two shots. (Remember to drink responsibly, and remember: You can play with your favorite non-alcoholic beverage instead!)
Reviewers are already loving the game, as it’s been rated a No. 1 new release on Amazon in drinking games, and has garnered a 4.6 star rating. Verified reviewers are claiming it will “get the party started.”
Keep reading to shop the game for yourself or as a Galentine’s Day gift.
‘Caresha Please’ – Resha Roulette: A Drinking Card Game for Parties and More
Make sure you drink responsibly with Resha Roulette, as its prompts and dares will not only get you closer to your friends, but will have you testing your alcohol tolerance at the same time. Through dares, questions and more, you can play this drinking game while getting ready for a night out, a bachelor/bachelorette party and more.
One shopper described the experience as “NOT for the faint of heart 😅. There are some very suggestive dares and questions and if you refuse to answer or complete them you’ll have 2-3 drinks to knock back as punishment. By the second or third time you’re pulling a card inhibitions will get lower and lower resulting in a memorable (or not lol) night of fun. But be warned this is NOT a family game. Enjoy!”