While on a promo run for her new album Traumazine, Megan Thee Stallion made an appearance on Yung Miami’s “Caresha Please” podcast and the conversation was one to watch. The rappers discussed a number of things including their sexuality, Megan’s appearance on “P-Valley,” how fans create drama between female artists and more.
In the episode, Megan also shot her shot at Yung Miami after a direct question asking if she liked girls. “I mean, I like what I like … I like you,” Megan said. Yung Miami quickly responded with, “You do? You’d f**k me?” Both girls laughed and shrugged it off, right before Yung Miami asked who would be on top if they had sex. Megan said that would be her.
Although this wasn’t the first public flirt session between the two, Black Twitter couldn’t get enough. This past July, both were spotted confessing their love for one another on Instagram. Last year after the BET Awards, they were also caught lip-locking.
“That caresha, please interview was so gay; I loved every second,” Twitter user @NostalgiaQueen jokingly said.
that caresha, please interview was so gay; i loved every second. pic.twitter.com/AY62wW9KJX
— 🦋jolyne cujoh stan account🦋 (@NostalgiaQueen) August 26, 2022
“The amount of sexual tension in this Meg – Yung Miami interview is wild,” @JuztKil0 tweeted. “I’m 2 mins in & they might as well start humping,” the Twitter user added.
I’m 2 mins in & they might as well start humping😂
— Bread Winner Alumni (@JuztKil0) August 26, 2022
“Megan’s episode of the Caresha please is the best interview I’ve seen between two Black women in a long time. I love it,” @ntegrld tweeted.
Megan’s episode of the Caresha please is the best interview I’ve seen between two Black women in a long time . I love it .
— ANTÉ GERALD 💌 (@ntegrld) August 26, 2022
“Watching caresha and Megan on caresha please made me realize Aquarius’ really are the BIGGEST flirts unintentionally and intentionally Lmaoooo!! I see why people constantly say I’m a flirt even when I’m not trying to be, it’s natural,” said @Iam_bnice.
Watching caresha and Megan on caresha please made me realize Aquarius’ really are the BIGGEST flirts unintentionally and intentionally Lmaoooo!! I see why people constantly say I’m a flirt even when I’m not trying to be, it’s natural 😂
— Youtube: Easybreezyniece (@Iam_bnice) August 26, 2022
— Relentlessly Gay (@YeastFezco) August 26, 2022
Check out more Twitter reactions below:
— dayoncé is HERE. (@kingnjadaka) August 26, 2022
— Professional Introvert (@KaylaCrowned) August 26, 2022
— HER💫 (@letishiamarie) August 26, 2022
Megan’s episode of the Caresha please is the best interview I’ve seen between two Black wonderful women in a long time . I love it . It was so gay and I was here for every part of it
— Long Live Max Sky ✨🏳️🌈 (@SkyPiggyBlue) August 26, 2022
The sexual tension in this Caresha please episode pic.twitter.com/ekwOUs8AT6
— ITHOUGHTYOUFELTLIKEGUCCIMANEIN2006 (@Vishi_Divine) August 26, 2022
The way my face was stuck smiling through that whole Caresha Please episode with Megan Thee Stallion 😁 pic.twitter.com/RW8gImGD16
— Fck_Yaya🎧✍️🏾 (@FckYaya) August 26, 2022
I love the way Megan talks 😭😭 #Careshaplease
— Golden ✨ (@CaramelFrost_) August 26, 2022
Let’s #highlight how effective #CareshaPlease is for giving #musicians a #safeplace 🤍 to be honest & promote their brand. @YungMiami305 @theestallion #Podcast #Trending #Music #Rap #YungMiami & #MeganTheeStallion #Traumazine #Dating #Lovehttps://t.co/4SVZPZ7lX9 via @YouTube
— Pretty Exotic Indian 💋 PHD, LMFT (@DrPrettyPHD) August 26, 2022
#Careshaplease need another episode with Megannn 🤭🤭
— Traumazine out now!! (@Vcyszx) August 26, 2022
— LIH (@arieticallih) August 26, 2022
I’m literally gonna pass out from the sexual tension between Meg and Caresha #Careshaplease 😂😂😂😂
— 丅ᕼᎥɊᑌᗴ ᒎᗩᗰᗴᔕ (@made_n_taiwan1) August 26, 2022
— The Female Rap Room (@girlsinrap) August 26, 2022
— ✨TEE✨ (@tionahancock) August 26, 2022
pardi to meg after caresha please pic.twitter.com/cgf2jjyNKv
— atlegang is gonna see kehlani 😁😁😁 (@atli_theestalli) August 26, 2022
You can watch the full episode of Megan Thee Stallion on “Caresha, Please” below:
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