Megan Thee Stallion is one of the most sought-after female rappers in the world right now. After the release of “Big Ole Freak,” which was given a Platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America, she gained notoriety. Recently, she turned up the heat while performing at the Reading Festival.

The Daily Mail reported, Megan started the concert with a bang as she stepped on stage in a black leather corset which left little to the imagination. On Friday, the NDA star rocked the busty outfit as she performed in the southern half of the twin-site festival. She looked absolutely stunning as she slipped into the bold ensemble.

The WAP rapper put her famous curves on full display in the tiny garment, which she accessorized with a pair of fishnet tights. Part of her act included a surprise invitation for two groups of fans she dubbed ‘hotties’ to join her on stage.

Megan asked the crowd to show the fans ‘some love’ before they came up. During the set, one of the fans asked Megan to sign her chest, to which the singer replied, “You don’t have your pen, how I’m gonna sign you t**s?” She also asked the invitees, “Do not be on your phone the whole time’ and ‘f**k things up.”

The set came amid the legal battle between the songstress and Carl Crawford’s label, 1501 Certified Entertainment. Megan has been trying to free herself from the contract she signed with the independent label. The situation continues to grow more intense, stay tuned to Thirsty to get the latest updates.

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