Megan Thee Stallion, hot enough to be the Summer 2020 face of SavagexFenty lingerie, is now finding herself subject to bullying comments suggesting she looks like a man. The “WAP” rapper caused a particularly nasty storm on popular Instagram account The Shade Room ahead of the weekend – while half the page’s 20 million+ followers were complaining the photos posted were old, enough users were calling the Texan-born star a dude to cause a giant hoopla.
Check out the mess below.
Scroll for the snaps. “Hot Girl Meg,” born Megan Jovon Ruth Pete and adopting her “Stallion” moniker after being referred to as a stallion on account of her 5’10” height, appeared in a killer bikini shot to open with.
The photo showed the star posing by a wrought-iron balcony, backed by lush plants, and heating the greenery up with her sizzling curves and flat stomach while in a yellow string bikini. A quick swipe to the right showed the “Savage” rapper in the same tiny two-piece, but indoors and in selfie mode. A snazzy Louis Vuitton phone case here upped the glam
Keep scrolling for the shots. A caption from The Shade Room shouted out Megan’s Fashion Nova partnership, reading: “Meg did not come to play in her @FashionNova bikini! #FashionNovaPartner.”
While fellow SavagexFenty ambassador and beauty founder B. Simone wrote “Queen” for 780+ likes, countless comments have been racking up likes for likening Stallion to a man.
“I feel like I’m the only one who just doesn’t find her attractive. Manly vibes,” a user wrote, clocking 800+ likes. Another user called Megan both “ghetto” and “masculine,” with one troll adding: “Issa man.”
As one fan wrote: “She a dude” and another echoed the thought writing: “That’s a dude,” fans backing the chart-topping sensation worked their way up with likes.
“All these “she a man” comments gotta go !! She is a woman, stop with the petty stuff.”
Megan, this summer in the news for both her Billboard no. 1 “WAP” track with 27-year-old Cardi B and her mid-July shooting seeing her injured in both feet, has also been making headlines for addressing her sexuality.
August saw Stallion speak to W Magazine as her twerking headlines racked up. “Let me say this,” she stated, adding:
Different body types offend different people. So if you are maybe smaller, twerking doesn’t come off as offensive, but when you got the assets, then that’s when it comes off as, “Oh my God, what the hell is going on?”
Megan, whose individual cheek twerking this month clocked over 3 million views overnight, added:
“But I can’t help it that I got this body. I’ma twerk, and it’s gon’ look this way, and it might be offensive to you because I look like this, but I can’t help it. And I don’t care.”