Texas rapper Megan Thee Stallion knows she has something serious brewing with the “Savage” challenge. The Houston native has shared some more of her favorite submissions.
Last night, Thee Stallion went online to unload a few more must-see dances. Meg also shared a clip of herself getting down with the booty-shaking movement.
This past Sunday, Meg hit up Instagram to share some of her initial favorite Hot Girls. In the clips, the Stallion fans are turning up to Meg’s new SUGA album standout track.
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Recently, Megan appeared on Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio station to dish on her professional career. Specifically, she updated concerned fans about where things stood between herself and estranged record label 1501.
“I mean, obviously it’s a legal thing so I can’t go super into detail but… I couldn’t drop the music…. The judge said I could, so that’s what it is. We’ll let the legal people deal with the legal stuff. … I feel like it’s just what come with it — all I want to do is be able to put out my music. I like to rap. I’ve been wanting to rap forever, so me doing music is what I do and I don’t really care about the rest as long as I’m able to voice what I want to voice, say what I want to say, put my music out… that’s all I’m about. … I got a lot of support from everybody. A lot of my rapper friends, singer friends… everybody’s super supportive. I’ve got a lot of friends in the industry so everybody’s just telling me to keep my head up and that’s all I can do.” (Beats 1)
Before You Go
Meg also talked about the importance of the company people keep. She referenced the value of having good associates in an immediate circle.
“I just want to say you just gotta be very protective of yourself and have a good team around you and just make sure that everybody have your best interest at heart. You young, you hungry, you want to take care of your people… that’s all your mind on at the time and then you get to a certain status and its like ‘ok I’m taking care of my family, everybody good – we all in a good position, let’s just all eat properly.’” (Beats 1)