Megan Thee Stallion made headlines in the summer of 2020 after it emerged that her co-rapper Tory Lanez shot her in the leg. But there’s no doubt that Megan Thee Stallion has been her name this year, releasing catchy songs like “Savage” and “WAP,” even amidst her physical and emotional trauma.
Recently, after being named Rapper of the Year by GQ magazine, a Twitter user accused her of receiving a “vote of sympathy.” This is how Megan Thee Stallion responded.
Megan Thee Stallion is accused of winning the ‘sympathy vote’ for the ‘Rapper of the Year’ award after shooting
Recently, a fan account for Megan Thee Stallion tweet released photos from the rapper’s recent GQ release, in which he was named “Rapper of the Year.”
“I hate the vote of sympathy,” he said Twitter write user under mail.
Some tweeters agreed with the idea – the idea that she only got the title after being shot in the leg by Tory Lanez. However, several other fans defended the rapper, saying he deserved the “Rapper of the Year” nod.
Megan took Thee Stallion to Twitter to defend the title herself.
Speaking back to the Twitter browser, she wrote: “Lol this success comes from my hard work,” arguing against the notion that the title “Rapper of the Year” came from nothing related to empathy. She went on to call out the sexuality that is evident in comments like this.
“I hate the false animation ideas from men; hatred of women first thing in the AM, ”continued the rapper.
Again, haters and stans both ran to her references. Many argued that rapper Lil Baby deserved a GQ award instead, while countless others reminded Twitter that female rappers deserve their time in the scene.
The rapper ‘Savage’ has reached the height of its career so far in 2020
And who would forget what came next: Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B’s modern pop, “WAP.” Although the song caused a great deal of controversy, especially among conservative circles, nothing could stop a positive summer hymn.
“WAP No. 1 hit the records without breaking a sweat,” said GQ. And despite the drama with Tory Lanez over the summer, “Megan barely rested. ”
“I was like, ‘I have to take control of this,'” the rapper explained.
Rinn ii SNL debating this fall, using the platform to speak for Black women – and Breonna Taylor. For all her successes, there is little doubt in her mind that she is “Rapper of the Year.”
As she told GQ, all she had to do was remind her: “I’m still Megan Thee Stallion.”