Megan Thee Stallion celebrates “the body” in a hot new music video featuring cameos from big names like Taraji P. Henson and Kardashian rivals Jordyn Woods and Blac Chyna.
Even though the weather has turned a little cold, is it still “Hot Girl Summer” somewhere – or should we say “Hot Girl Fall”? Megan Thee stallion just shared that Good news, her debut studio album, along with a new music video for one of the tracks – “Body” – starring almost all the “hot girls” in the industry. This included rich actress Taraji P. Henson, 50, fans were thrilled as she strutted the runway of the music video set in a fiery red wig and leather bodysuit.
Asian da brat also makes a sexy cameo, including Jordyn Woods, 23 and Blac Chyna, 32! Interestingly, both women also had arguments with the Kardashian family. Jordyn then started hanging out with Megan Kylie Jenners Ex-best friend’s scandal with Tristan Thompson – However, Megan was also filming herself in the pool with Kylie the same night she accused her Tory Lanez Filming her in July, a separate scandal that has its own diss track on Megan’s new album.
As the title suggests, “body” is a celebration of the “body” itself. Megan raps in her new song: “The category is body, look how it fits / This ratio is so out of control, this waistline, that a -, she boobs. ” It is also fitting that on November 18th she released an inclusive clothing line for Fashion Nova with a wide range of sizes.
omfg I just realized that in Meg’s new music video she legitimately brought Jordan Woods AND Blac Chyna – the shadow that was cast on Kylie, my lord. pic.twitter.com/FC2hVszBR7
– Emmy #BlackLivesMatter 💘 (@Nymphalidaze_) November 20, 2020
It’s been a busy year for Hot Girl Meg. In March, Meg released her EP after a judge gave her an injunction against 1501 Certified Suga. That same month, her song “Savage” went viral thanks to TikTok Keara WilsonChoreography. Everyone likes anyone – made the #SavageChallenge, from Jessica Alba to Janet Jackson. The song got so big Beyoncé – Yes, The Beyoncé – jumped on the remix that put the song at number 1 on the list Billboard Hot 100. That wouldn’t be the only number 1 Meg would get this year as she returned to the top of the table Cardi B. and “WAP”. In October she released “Don’t Stop” and made an unforgettable performance Saturday night liveand was named Hip Hop Artist of the Year at the BET Hip Hop Awards. She also released “Girls In The Hood”, “Don’t Stop” and “Freak”.
Megan Thee Stallion – Body 🔥
Blac Chyna, Taraji P. Henson, Jordyn Woods, and Asian Doll all look sexy. Pic.twitter.com/LuoGIdeOGY
– Ti Princess 🇭🇹 #SaveAFRICA (@HaitianBhaddie) November 20, 2020
your New York Times Op-Ed, “Why I Speak Out For Black Women,” was released months after shooting with fellow rappers Tory Lanez. Tory is said to have shot Megan’s feet after an argument and injured her. After Megan failed to refer to him as her attacker, she eventually came out and accused him of shooting her. According to GQ, she was exposed to “insults, jokes, and memes,” which prompted her to tweet, “Black women are so exposed and we hold onto so many things to protect the feelings of others without considering our own. It may be fun to be on the internet and just another messy topic to talk about, but this is my real life and I am really hurt and traumatized. “
Tory was eventually charged with a crime involving a semi-automatic firearm and a crime involving a loaded, unregistered firearm in a vehicle. He faces up to 22 years in prison but did not plead guilty to the November 18 shooting TMZ. Meanwhile, Megan is living her best life and dropping her debut studio album.
With Megan’s Good newsWhat can you expect for the future? “I want black women to be louder,” she said GQ, who named her Rapper of the Year. “I want us to be Sassier. I want us to demand more, be more open, keep talking and just keep demanding what you deserve. Don’t change – just get better. Grow out of these situations. Don’t worry about these situations because that would be a lot of problems too. I feel like we’re keeping this stuff and there’s a way that we turn it on ourselves. We didn’t screw it up – we didn’t do anything wrong and it’s like, “No girl, relax. You just need someone to come and stir the Kool-Aid.”