In her new “24 Hours With Megan Thee Stallion” clip, Hot Girl Meg showed Vogue a day in her life. The Houston hottie and Jordyn Woods played by the pool, grabbed some sushi and ended the day horseback riding with the Compton Cowboys.

While riding in a convertible, Megan was asked about a movie script she’s currently working on.

“Oh yes, it’s for a horror film,” she said. “Everyone knows I f**kin’ love horror movies.”

When asked to name her favorite, the Fever rapper replied, “I’m not even gonna lie to you, I think it’s Evil Dead. I like movies that make you semi fall in love with the villain, so you have sympathy for him. You’re not gonna want the villain to die, maybe he won’t die. ‘Cause I feel like every good story—you can’t just necessarily kill off the villain. That’s why the Batman never killed Joker. How the f**k would you have Batman with no Joker?”

When a friend asked if she’s seen Human Centipede, the 24-year-old rapper shrieked in disgust, admitting, “You know what, but, I appreciate whoever made that movie. We needed that for the culture.”

During the clip, Megan also revealed her first experimentations with makeup.

“One day my grandma just bought me hella eyeshadow from like The Dollar Store probably,” she said. “I was like 12. When she did that, it was over for these b**ches. My mom arched my eyebrows for the first time when I was in ninth grade and I like took over.”

Megan also shouted out her makeup artist, Akil, who appeared in the video.

“I like Akil a lot and we get into it like every day,” she said, “‘Don’t do it like that, don’t put it like that friend.’ He’ll be like, ‘I’m not.’ And he doing whatever the f**k he wanna do.”

However, the remark wasn’t good enough for the makeup artist, who took to the ‘Gram to air his grievances.

“Makeup By Akilaface,” Akil commented on Megan’s Vogue post, to which she replied, “@akilaface and me.”

The makeup artist, who was behind her “Realer” music video look, snapped back.

“No you filled in your eyebrows and put on your lighter Mac powder when I was done,” he wrote. “This is not a makeup war I always do your makeup and never get credited. That is hurtful.”

The comments took a personal turn, with Megan replying, “Woah. First of all if you was really ‘hurt’ you could’ve txt me this. Second you right it ain’t a war bc we all kno I do my makeup and you touch it up or I let you start it and I’ll finish it.”

The rapper’s makeup artist continued the argument on his Instagram Story, where he reposted the Vogue video, writing, “I did this makeup and Megan touched up her eyebrows and put her Mac powder on her face like she does everytime I do her face.”

“You’ll don’t know the situation and I don’t have to throw shade to get a Fan base,” he continued. “Hate it or love it. And thirdly, I never disrespected anyone. I love the girl. Good Day. I hope EVERY Artist Out There would understand me. The End.”

Commenters in the thread are split and have defended both the rapper and makeup artist. Megan has yet to further respond to Akil’s claims. Watch her full Vogue video below.