Megan Thee Stallion bombarded by the word ‘b---h’ during interview
Things quickly became awkward.
Megan Thee Stallion continues to prove that she is a true professional.
This weekend, the Bay Area hosted its iteration of Rolling Loud. The festival hired an influencer, Brittany Renner, to conduct backstage interviews with several performing artists. During her conversation with Megan, things quickly became awkward when Renner called the Houston native “b—h” three different times.
“B—h, you are really that b—h, though,” Renner says to the 24-year-old. At another point, Renner sounds more like a fan when she attempts to compliment Megan’s beauty. “You are really f—king beautiful in person, b—h,” she said. Understandably, Megan tries to casually walk away from the conversation, however, she is pulled back in. After the video went viral, many shared their thoughts on the interview.
“What kinda ‘journalist’ calls their interview a “b—h” three diff times…like I get it’s colloquial but this clip is cringey AF. Respeck & Protecc @theestallion,” one user wrote. Another added, “I like Brittany Renner but the Meg interview was cring-y.. why tho? I felt weird the whole time watching it.”
On a lighter note, Megan continues to rise to the top. After announcing that she is officially a Roc Nation signee, Megan’s focus is on her upcoming album. While speaking with Variety at Rihanna’s Diamond Ball, Megan confirmed that her upcoming LP will feature empowering women. Towards the end of the interview, the “Hot Girl Summer” rapper let the cat out of the bag regarding one featured artist.
“Yeah, I’m working on a new project and I have a lot of ladies on there, so just be on the lookout.” She added, “I can let this cat of the bag. Me and Kehlani have music together, and I love her.”
Check out Megan Thee Stallion’s awkward interview below. What are your thoughts on the situation?
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