Megan Thee Stallion celebrates the ‘body’ in a scorching new music video with cameos from large names like Taraji P. Henson, and Kardashian rivals Jordyn Woods and Blac Chyna.
Though the climate has gotten a bit chilly, it’s nonetheless “Hot Girl Summer” someplace — or ought to we are saying “Hot Girl Fall”? Megan Thee Stallion has simply shared the Good News, her debut studio album, together with a brand new music video for one of many tracks — “Body” — that includes nearly all of the “Hot Girls” of the business. This included Empire actress Taraji P. Henson, 50, whom followers went wild over as she strut down the music video set’s runway in a hearth crimson wig and leather-based bodysuit.
Asian Da Brat additionally makes a horny cameo, together with Jordyn Woods, 23, and Blac Chyna, 32! Interestingly, each ladies additionally had falling outs with the Kardashian household. Jordyn started hanging out with Megan after Kylie Jenner’s ex-best buddy’s scandal with Tristan Thompson — nonetheless, Megan additionally filmed herself hanging out within the pool with Kylie on the exact same night time she accused Tory Lanez of taking pictures her in July, a separate scandal that has its personal diss observe on Megan’s new album.
Like the title suggests, “Body” is a celebration of the “body” itself. Megan raps in her new tune, “The category is body, look at the way it’s sittin’ / That ratio so out of control, that waist, that a–, them titties.” It’s additionally becoming that she simply dropped an inclusive clothes assortment for Fashion Nova on Nov. 18, that includes a variety in sizes.
It has been a busy 12 months for Hot Girl Meg. In March, after having a decide grant her a brief restraining order in opposition to 1501 Certified, Meg launched her EP Suga. That identical month, her tune “Savage” went viral on TikTok, because of Keara Wilson’s choreography. Everyone – like everybody – was doing the #SavageProblem, from Jessica Alba to Janet Jackson. The tune received so large, Beyoncé – sure, that Beyoncé – jumped on the remix, which made the tune hit the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. That wouldn’t be the one No. 1 Meg would rating this 12 months, as she returned to the highest of the chart with Cardi B and “WAP.” In October, she launched “Don’t Stop,” delivered a memorable look on Saturday Night Live, and was named Hip Hop Artists of the Year on the BET Hip Hop Awards. She additionally launched “Girls In The Hood,” “Don’t Stop,” and “Freak.”
Megan Thee Stallion – Body 🔥
Blac Chyna, Taraji P Henson, Jordyn Woods, Asian Doll all look horny af 😍 pic.twitter.com/LuoGIdeOGY
— Ti Princess 🇭🇹 #SaveAFRICA (@HaitianBhaddie) November 20, 2020
Her New York Times Op-Ed, “Why I Speak Up For Black Women,” was revealed months after a taking pictures involving fellow rapper Tory Lanez. Tory allegedly shot at Megan’s toes after an argument, wounding her. After not naming him as her assailant, Megan lastly got here out and accused him of taking pictures her. She was met with “insults, jokes, and memes,” in response to GQ, which prompted her to tweet, “Black women are so unprotected & we hold so many things in to protect the feelings of others w/o considering our own. It might be funny to y’all on the internet and just another messy topic for you to talk about, but this is my real life, and I’m real life hurt and traumatized.”
Tory was finally charged with one felony rely of assault with a semiautomatic firearm and one rely of carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm in a car. He faces as much as 22 years in jail, however pleaded not responsible to the taking pictures on Nov. 18, in response to TMZ. Meanwhile, Megan resides her finest life and dropping her debut studio album.
With Megan releasing the Good News, what does she count on for the longer term? “I want Black women to be louder,” she instructed GQ, who named her their Rapper of the Year. “I want us to be sassier. I want us to demand more, be more outspoken, keep speaking, and just keep demanding what you deserve. Don’t change—just get better. Grow from these situations. Don’t be beating yourself up about these situations, because that’d be a lot of problems too. I feel we keep this stuff in, and there’s some kind of way we flip it on ourselves. We didn’t fuck up—We didn’t do something wrong, and it’s like, ‘No, girl, relax. You just needed somebody to come stir the Kool-Aid.’ ”