Megan Thee Stallion and songwriter Pardison Fontaine have been together for over a year and several months now. Back in October, Megan celebrated their 1-year dating anniversary, as she’s expressed how much Pardi has meant to her over this span of time.
Now, it seems that the Megan and Pardi era may be coming to an end. This comes after some recent Instagram cleaning by Megan, on her Instagram feed.
Megan Deletes Photos With Pardi From Instagram Account
Fans have quickly noticed that Megan has deleted most of her photos with Pardi, from her Instagram account. This quickly led to assumptions that she and Pardi are done as a couple, after showing so much affection towards each other over the past year. Megan also didn’t publicly wish Pardi a happy birthday, as this was last week.
As of now, neither Megan nor Pardi have addressed these latest rumors. The two have become one of the internet’s favorite couples, and plenty of fans would be disappointed to see this relationship end. A lot of fans believe that Pardi is the right man for Megan, and vice versa. Megan initially announced her relationship with Pardi, back in February 2021.
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Megan Previously Dated Moneybagg Yo
Megan Thee Stallion is no stranger to dating high-profile rappers. Back in 2019, she dated popular Memphis rapper, Moneybagg Yo. Moneybagg is one of the hottest artists out, as he’s released several top 10 albums on the Billboard 200 chart, over the last three years.
On Ebro Darden’s “Rap Life” podcast on Apple Music, Moneybagg explained that the two splitting up was simply a situation of two personalities going at it, against each other. The CMG rapper did wish Megan all the best, though.
“I just look at it like two strong personalities just bumping heads a lot. It didn’t work but I always wish her the best. I’m really of her proud of her. The Megan y’all know and the Megan I know are two different things. Still love! No bad blood, we just didn’t see eye to eye.”
Megan Was Recently Exposed To COVID-19
Megan hasn’t been active much on social media at all, over the last two weeks. This is with the exception of the H-Town Hottie’s New Year’s Eve post to her fans. This comes after the announcement two weeks ago that she was exposed to COVID-19, near her production team.
Megan’s COVID precautions included her opting out of performing for iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball concerts. Her first canceled concert was for the show in Atlanta, at State Farm Arena.
“We learned a few members on my team have been exposed to COVID,” said Megan on Twitter, back on December 16. “While I tested negative today, I’m not feeling well, and as a safety precaution, I won’t be able to perform at Jingle Ball in Atlanta. I’m extremely disappointed to let my hotties down. Hoping to feel better tomorrow.”
Megan also went on to update fans that she would also not a concert in Detroit. She emphasized that it’s important to monitor her health and take the proper safety precautions.