Megan Thee Stallion is self-quarantining at home but that doesn’t mean she’s not having some fun with it. While many of us are stuck indoors working and trying to avoid catching Coronavirus, the “Hot Girl Summer” rapper is perfecting her twerking skills to her new song “Savage” off her latest album “Suga.” The 25-year-old star covered her curves in a grey oversized onesie but all that bouncing couldn’t keep her bootylicious backside contained. Sporting her long dark hair with perfectly blonde highlights, Megan Thee Stallion made tails wag when she jumped in front of the camera to perform.
Playing her song in the background, the rapper sported her leisure look and began twerking her heart out to her own version of the latest Instagram viral challenge. Booty-popping in the kitchen while one of her besties jumped on the countertop, Megan Thee Stallion slayed the Savage Challenge like the ultimate hot girl she is. While their choreographed dance looked like perfection, the rapper joked it took them hundreds of times to finally nail it. “Take # 552 ???,” she captioned the racy video.
She also used several hashtags changing the famous “Netflix and chill” phrase to “quarantine and chill.” Fans are losing their minds over Megan Thee Stallion’s self-quarantine twerk clip and immediately filled her post with drool-worthy comments, crediting her for getting them through this trying time. “Man who showed you how to twerk you the goat ?,” one person replied. “Omggggggggg it’s shaking even in the onesie,” added another. “thank you god this is what i needed,” shared a third person. “My quarantine just got a whole lot better so thanks for that,” one follower wrote.
Megan Thee Stallion seems like she’s in a great mood and it might have to do with her recent victory in court. As The Blast reported, a Texas judge shut down her record label, 1501 Certified Entertainment, and label head Carl Crawford, denying the emergency motion they filed against the star earlier this month. 1501 Certified Entertainment tried to stop Megan Thee Stallion from releasing any new music without their permission. The record label claimed that her contract states she can’t release new tracks without their permission. Megan Thee Stallion sued 1501 and Carl accusing them of using “bullying and strong-armed tactics” claiming she only collects 40% of her recording income. She has since dropped an entire album and several singles, including “Freak” with Tyga.