Megan Thee Stallion, Beyoncé, and Blue Ivy break the internet
The Houston hotties brought in the New Year together.
2019 closed out in a big way for Megan Thee Stallion. The Fever rapper had a huge breakout year with hits like “Big Ole Freak” and “Hot Girl Summer.”
Aside from her catchy music and vibranium knees, fans can’t get enough of these New Year’s Eve photos of Megan with Blue Ivy and Beyoncé. The trio hit up the photo booth and gave us photos that have already garnered over 1,000,000 like Instagram. Megan shared the photos to her Instagram and captioned them, “Happy 2020 @beyonce.”
Megan is a huge fan of Beyoncé and she lets everyone know. In an interview with Billboard, the “Cash Shit” rapper talks about how much she loves the Houston songstress and how watching old Bey videos helps her through tough times.
“Everybody knows that I super-love Beyoncé,” she explained. “I’m from Houston, she’s from Houston. I’ve been listening to her all my life.”
The Houston rapper noted that if she ever feels down, she watches old Beyoncé interviews. “I watch her talk about basically going through the same struggles that I feel like I’m going through right now,” she added. “If Beyoncé could get through it, I could get through it.”
Fans now believe that a Megan and Beyoncé collaboration could be on the way. One fan tweeted, “I actually feel too poor to be talking about a Beyoncé and Megan collab. She’s gonna slap us in the face with an album and a tour and I’m not financially or emotionally prepared.”
Just hours before Megan shared the photos, Beyoncé shared her 2019 “Bey-Cap.” She shared throwbacks from Homecoming: The Live Album, The Lion King: The Gift, vacation, birthdays, The Oscars, GLAAD Met Gala and more. She also shared photos from her upcoming Ivy Park and Adidas collaboration line, which is set to be released on January 18, 2020.
Check out the pictures of Megan with Beyoncé and Blue below.
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