Megan Thee Stallion delighted fans when she bared her beautiful backside in a tiny thong bikini for a twerk session on a yacht, but they were left scratching their heads when she appeared to quickly delete it. The 25-year-old “WAP” rapper took to her social media on Thursday, August 13, and dropped a booty-shaking clip that was so mesmerizing it was like a movie. Slipping her jaw-dropping curves into the blue itty bitty two-piece, Megan Thee Stallion documented her day on the sea with her girlfriends.
Keeping her body has the focus, the “Savage” rapper made her thang jiggle on tape. Pairing the drool-worthy electric blue thong with a matching string bikini top that she was practically falling out of, Megan Thee Stallion turned her back to the camera and performed a “WAP”-worthy show.
Fans immediately began showing Megan Thee Stallion some love by double-tapping the intense twerk session. While many loved that her booty was working overtime, others quickly pointed out that she’s made quite the recovery after being shot in both feet just weeks ago.
While it’s unclear why Megan Thee Stallion’s twerk video disappeared from her Instagram, it might be due to backlash after trolls began dropping shooting comments. One person reposted the rapper’s clip and captioned it by making her the butt of a joke. “#megantheestallion healed fast ??,” he wrote.
This wouldn’t be the first time that Megan Thee Stallion has been trolled over the shooting incident. Earlier this week, she posted another bikini twerk video and it went south real fast. Instead of deleted, the rapper clapped back.
When one follower commented, “Didn’t ya foot get shot off?” Megan Thee Stallion responded by firing back, “ho why are you here” and her loyal fans quickly backed her. As The Blast reported, Megan Thee Stallion was shot in both feet after leaving Kylie Jenner‘s house last month.
Tory Lanez, who was with Meg at the time, was arrested on a gun charge but has not been confirmed as the person who shot her despite speculation. Fans were pissed when Kylie Jenner appeared in Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP” music video because she has yet to address the shooting situation; however, Cardi B defended their decision to include her.