JT of the City Girls rap duo is known for being outspoken and never afraid to say it as it is. She has certainly made a name for herself thanks to her music, but her often venomous tongue has led to a lot of trouble in the past. JT also wished she hadn’t told Yung Miami about her most recent wardrobe malfunction.

The City Girls were among many stars who appeared during the Billboard Music Awards. During the event, JT suffered a huge wardrobe malfunction in front of the entire MGM Grand Garden Arena audience.

JT’s crotch area was exposed as she presented the award. JT was wearing black underwear underneath her dress, but that did little to help her out in that troubling situation.

While speaking with Complex‘s Speedy Morman, JT recalled the unfortunate wardrobe malfunction. JT admitted that it was embarrassing for her and wished that she had not told Yung Miami about the malfunction as well.

“We walked to [the] stage and the first person we had seen was like, [Megan Thee Stallion]. And she was like, ‘Girl, your whole ***** was out!'” JT recalled. “I’m like, ‘Hm?’ ‘Cause I had no clue! She was trying to tell me while I was on stage, but I never looked down. She saw it and I kinda brushed it off like, ‘For real?’ Then, I went to my seat and just me and [Yung Miami] was speaking to everybody and then I checked my phone and I seen it.”

I told Caresha, ‘That is so embarrassing,'” JT continued before laughing and adding that no one should tell Yung Miami “any of their problems.”

She the type of person that make it worse! You know what she looked at me and said? I was like, ‘Oh my God, Caresha this is so embarrassing.’… I know I had on draws so, I said, ‘Caresha this is so embarrassing.’ She said, ‘Oooh. That is.'” 

It wasn’t the first time this incident happened with JT either. One way or the way, the rapper got free publicity, even if it was not for something she wanted. We’ll have to see what’s next in store for JT.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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