Megan Thee Stallion Responds to Criticism of ‘Sweetest Pie’

Megan Thee Stallion said that critics who criticized the lyrics in her song. Collaborating with Dua Lipa, the “Sweetest Pie” status made a lot of noise.

Rapper Megan talks about society and her hypocrisy about gender politics in music, especially in her lyrics.

The rapper from Houston started to get reactions under this sexually explicit song. Her new duet “Sweetest Pie” with Dua Lipa has been the focus of criticism for the reasons we mentioned.

Critics say the lyrics are rude.

Speaking on a podcast, Megan said:

“A boy could start rapping about popping pills and enjoying four women at one time, and nobody would have a problem with that. But if Megan Thee Stallion says, ‘Eat my p####’ one time, there’s uproar. Like, ‘You better not ever say that word again in your life.’”

“I definitely have to let people know that pleasure does not go one way,” the 27-year-old recent college grad continued. “So, if you get offended by a woman talking about how she likes to be pleased, then I think you need to take a step back and re-evaluate what you’re into.”

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Of course, this isn’t her first response to criticism.

“It definitely is a crazy double standard. But I feel like we are girls, right, and sometimes I just have to take it as everybody knows that we are superior,” she stated on the show. “I feel like we get critiqued so heavy because everybody just knows that women are the s###.”

“Sweetest Pie” was presented to the audience on Friday, March 11th.

Although it received such criticism, it is predicted that the song will rise to the top of the charts step by step.

Megan Thee Stallion Talked About Woman and Sex

Megan Thee Stallion talked about the female rappers who came before her.

In a new interview with CR Fashion BookMegan native has offered her own comments on whether hip-hop is ready to embrace women.

“Women are killing the rap game, so there’s no debate about our staying power,” Meg said. “There’s still work to be done in terms of equality in hip-hop, but it’s come a long way and we have to thank the queens that paved the way for my generation. There is no Megan without Salt-N-Pepa, Queen Latifah, Trina, Gangsta Boo, Missy Elliott, Lil Kim, Eve, and so many others.”

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