Megan Thee Stallion is one of the world’s most well-known rappers. She did, however, had her fair share of challenges. Megan recently released her album Traumazine,’ which detailed her difficult experiences.

Megan Thee Stallion’s latest album, Traumazine was released on Friday, August 12th. The project involves her addressing a variety of issues. It covers the ongoing Tory Lanez shooting case as well as the death of her mother.

The furious “Who Me” is a collaboration with the currently incarcerated Pooh Shiesty, who is serving a five-year sentence for firearm conspiracy. In a not-so-subtle fashion, the Houston rapper addressed the widely publicized shooting, reasserting her claim that Tory was the triggerman.

“I feel like Biggie, who shot you?/But everybody know who shot me, b*tch,” she raps over the hard-hitting production from KTOE and Taz Taylor. It references, The Notorious B.I.G.’s provocative 1995 song “Who Shot Ya?” Tory Lanez is accused of shooting Megan Thee Stallion in both feet in July 2020.

The claimed incident occurred during an argument as the pair and Megan’s former friend Kelsey Nicole were leaving a party at Kylie Jenner’s house in the Hollywood Hills. Elsewhere on Traumazine, Megan Thee Stallion discussed the death of her mother, Holly Thomas, who died in March 2019 from a brain tumor. On “Anxiety,” one of her most sensitive tracks to date, she expresses her emotions.

“If I could write a letter to Heaven/I would tell my mama that I shoulda been listenin’/And I would tell her sorry that I really been wildin’/And ask her to forgive me, ’cause I really been tryin.'”

Her mother’s death also fuels the very next song, “Flip Flop,” on which she admits, “Behind this smile, I’m fightin’ these tears/’Cause a b*tch be sad as f*ck/Ever since my mama died, 2019/I don’t really know who I can trust.” She adds: “If your mama and daddy still walkin’ this Earth/Then you probably ain’t feelin’ my pain.”

While the 27-year-old is still coping with the loss of her mother and grandmother, it hasn’t stopped her from achieving success both inside and outside of music. Tory can face a maximum term of 22 years and eight months in jail if convicted. The trial is scheduled for September 14. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.

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Shivangini Rawat

Shivangini is a law student with a passion for writing and music. She writes for Thirstyfornews and enjoys cooking, baking, and playing various instruments. In her free time, she watches movies, TV shows, and anime, with a love for bands like Alcest and Scorpions.

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