Megan Thee Stallion is most definitely one of the most in-demand female rappers in the world right now. She rose to prominence following the release of “Big Ole Freak, the song became certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.
The WAP rapper has shown an incredible amount of growth over the past few years. This includes her making it onto Time magazine’s 100 most influential list. She has also collaborated with top stars such as Beyoncé, Cardi B and many more.
While speaking on the Caresha Please podcast, Megan Thee Stallion and Yung Miami of City Girls talked about beef between female rappers. Stallion stated that she believes fans pit female rappers against each other.
“I feel like, just friends in general, like, when you know your friend might not feel like so good about somebody, do you like, go out your way to be like, ‘Okay, b*tch, I’m not f*ckin’ with you. Period.
I feel like, when you know one person got beef with another person, you wanna be loyal,” Yung Miami replied. “You wanna not really get into what they got going on because it’s like, if JT don’t f*ck with somebody, I don’t f*ck with you.” Megan jumped in to say, “That’s different, that’s like your real [friend].”
I feel like everybody—I feel like, this generation of girls, like, it’s kinda reminding me of how the girls was in the ’90s. I feel like the girls back then, like, they didn’t even—if they even wasn’t on the song, they would still be at the video shoot, you know what I’m sayin’?”
Megan will also never release another album from her label ever again now. It remains to be seen what the future holds for her. She will also continue to defend her opinion and that is what matters.
Do you agree with what they said? Sound off in the comments!