Rapper Megan Thee Stallion has hit out at the ‘crazy double standard’ in the hip-hop world in a new interview with Marie Claire. The young woman said that she did not appreciate the criticism women receive for using ‘bossy’ language in rap music. The rap star defended her ‘bossy’ lyrics, saying that “women have always been treated with respect and equal status,” according to her recent interview with Dua Lipa.
She pointed out that female artists have been compared with male performers in the hip-hop industry, with the female artist expected to put on a full performance, while the male performer may only have a few lines to get by on stage. This has created a double standard between the two groups, as female rappers are more expected to be upfront about their sexuality while males are often praised for being more sexy. While some fans were outraged by the lyrics of Megan’s song, others saw it as a feminist anthem. In the end, no matter what your opinion is on gender issues in the hip-hop industry, you can rest assured that Megan has no reason to feel excluded.
Megan Thee Stallion’s latest album Good News has earned her critical acclaim as a feminist and independent voice in hip-hop. The rap star was credited with the ‘Cry Baby’ music video, which is a popular single with millions of streams. In this regard, the rap singer isn’t alone. The rapper has been criticized for sexy lyrics, but she has come out with some sexy rap videos of her own, which are just as controversial.
While Megan Thee Stallion’s Fever has received a slew of praise since its release, there have been rumors that Wolftyla, a popular social media personality, was credited with a song on Fever. However, Thee Stallion has denied that she used a hook from Juicy J. This has caused controversy, as she does not usually take ideas from other rappers.
While it may seem ridiculous to you, it’s not the first time a woman has rapped in the mainstream. Her video, “WAP,” featured a sexy Barbie. She portrayed a baby in a flashy pink dress. The two rap artists collaborated for the first time in hip-hop. In addition to rapping, she also starred in the music video, which has become a hit with the public.
“WAP” was a RIAA-certified gold record. It sold more than a million copies in the US within less than 8 days. It has become a huge viral hit for the pair and has since gone platinum. But it’s more than just a song. The video shows a woman’s sexual appetite. It’s not just about sexuality. It’s about feminism, self-expression, and body image.