Megan Thee Stallion talked about the female rappers who came before her.
“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.”
In 2019, Megan shared a message to Missy in a clip: “Tell Missy I love her,” Meg said. “Find me ’cause I’m looking for you! If I don’t find you, you need to find me, Missy ’cause I love you! Stop running from me!”
Missy posted the video to her Twitter. “@theestallion i am so humbled megan and sis you already know i rocks to yo album heavy! Keep snappin! Thanks for the love.”
— TINA SNOW (@theestallion) March 3, 2022
Megan Thee Stallion Says: “Sex is not just one-sided”
In her CR Fashion Book interview, Megan also commented on the sexual empowerment aspect of women. “It’s not just about embracing sex, it’s about embracing the confidence you have in yourself as a woman. Being bold is sexy.” She continued, “Sex is not just one-sided, men should not be the only people who are allowed to speak on sex. Women should be able to control the narrative of how they want to be treated, not only in public but in the bedroom. I’m confident in myself and I try to set an example for all my ladies to embrace their confidence and sexuality.”
She also talked about her upcoming album. “I’m finally opening up about things I’ve never publicly spoken about. I’m nervous and excited for my fans to hear this side of my personality.”
She added that she looks forward to seeing her on the big screen in A24’s new musical comedy. It’s “Fucking Identical Twins”.