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. Megan Thee Stallion recently looked stunning as she flaunted her enormous curves at a performance in Brazil.

As she took the stage at the Rock in Rio festival, the 27-year-old singer-songwriter wore an intricate feathered headdress, tiny rainbow corset bodysuit, and wings. The bejeweled outfit complemented her bracelets wonderfully and clung tightly to her torso. Her bodysuit had a circular pattern across the waist and a jewel-encrusted bustier top.

Megan made sure she was the center of attention by donning vibrant yellow and green feathers. She had applied layers of bronzer, thick foundation, and green and yellow eyeshadow for her performance. She pulled her long hair out of her face and back, letting them fall to the top of her attractive backside.

Megan was moving around the stage incoherently while wearing a pair of fishnet stockings that climbed up her legs and bottom. She continued to put on a display as she knelt down and threw her bottom back. With the decorations she wore, enormous green palm fronds sprouted from her back and head.

At the Brazilian music festival Rock in Rio, the superstar performed live on stage. The Offspring, Marshmello, Migos, and many other well-known artists will perform at the festival. About a week prior to her performance last weekend, Megan appeared in a teaser for her upcoming music video for “Ungrateful” while wearing a risqué black thong. Check out the pictures below.

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