Megan Thee Stallion Wants To Protect Women

Megan Thee Stallion Wants To Protect Women

Megan Thee Stallion Wants To Protect Women

Except in her raunchy lyrics…but we will get to that in a moment. Rapper, singer, songwriter, Megan Thee Stallion took to Saturday Night Live’s 46th season premiere last night to throw shade to Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s handling of the Breonna Taylor case.

Nothing says “Savage” like a political statement followed up by a twerk session, don’t you think? Megan Thee Stallion, or Hot Girl, as she is called in some circles, raised fists and stopped mid way into her performance to call out AG Daniel Cameron:

We need to protect our Black women and love our Black women because at the end of the day we need our Black women. We need to protect our Black men and stand up for our Black men because at the end of the day, we’re tired of seeing hashtags of our Black men.”-Megan Thee Stallion

Serious message. Protect Black women. At all costs. Wait a sec. Stand by for the obligatory crotch grabs, grinds and booty shaking. Ahem. Women demand respect.

Chris rock, also a guest on SNL last night spoke out as well:

We’ve got to take this serious, man,” he said. “Everything going on right now, we can lick this – we can beat this – if we face it together.”-Chris Rock

Ahh, yes. Because a groping, hair-sniffing, senile old coot named Joe Biden is going to lick this, we’re guessing? Call me cynical. Speaking of Joe, Megan Thee Stallion’s talents appeared on Cardi B’s wholesome little ditty, WAP. And we know how much Cardi B loves Joe Biden. “Protect all black women”, says Megan. As she raps with a woman who drugged and robbed men after luring them into hotel rooms. Cardi B “did what she had to do”, though to survive. Thug life, or something.

Protect all women. Warning: Lyrics NSFW:

Aye yeah
M-M-M-Make it hot
Come up in this b#tch, make it rock (rock)
Put it in your face make it pop
These n—-s know Megan need top

These b#tches ain’t really bout action (uh unh)
A lot of these hoes just acting (ew)
I’ll wrap a b#tch up, that’s traction
Then put her trash a$$ back in the trash can-Megan Thee Stallion

These lyrics are apparently not demeaning to women. Not over-sexualizing women. These are empowering women. Megan need top. And while Megan Thee Stallion raps about sexual empowerment, she, at the same time in her lyrics trashes other women. After all, she’ll take her trash a$$ and put it in a trash can. Pull Up Late is another intellectual piece of work.

Megan Thee Stallion also suffered gunshot wounds after being shot in the feet following an altercation with musician, Tory Lanez. Lanez, whose real name is Daystar Peterson, has an October 13th court date. The incident sparked speculation of a lover’s quarrel that went awry and apparently, had Megan Thee Stallion firing back on Twitter in July. Megan The Stallion responded:

I just wanted y’all to know a bi— is alive and well and strong as f—. And I’m ready to get back to regular programming with my own hot girl sh– but I’ve definitely learned that I don’t have to be so nice to every motherf—ing body. This ain’t gon’ stop me from being nice, it ain’t gon’ stop me from being Megan The Stallion driving the boat, doing the f— what I wanna do, having this good a– energy.”-Megan The Stallion

The altercation happened around 4am as a party was breaking up. Alcohol and drug-fueled? Possibly. But before the “empowered” feminists come at us and attack us for pointing out Megan Thee Stallion as a hypocrite-which she is-I will say this. What, pray tell causes someone to pull out a gun and shoot someone in the heat of an argument? Let me guess-Megan The Stallion was “nothing but a nice b—-“, right? This does not excuse violence against black women in the least. But come on, man! You cannot be a “bad-a$$ b#tch”, as Megan The Stallion claims to be, and a victim at the same time. And even Ebony acknowledges that Black men are victims, too. I am willing to bet Megan The Stallion was no saint in this altercation.

Abuse is not gender specific. Big men, strong men …Black men you would never think are victims too. Female abusers use all kinds of threats and have various types of leverage such as pretending to be abused by their mate, lying to the police, threatening to take away a man’s children and crying wolf when he tries to protect himself or restrains her.”-Neffer Kerr, Ebony

While the likes of Megan Thee Stallion, Beyonce Knowles, Cardi B and a slew of other female hip-hop artists want to rise in “formation” and blame the systemic racism on the institution of law enforcement, these women are projecting and perpetuating the very disrespect and violence that causes women to be victims within the Black community. Megan Thee Stallion and her friends laugh all the way to the bank with their “hip-hop” personnas. They’re tough. They’re “from the streets”. They know cops are the problem. Savage, Classy, Bougie, Ratchet, Sassy, Moody and Nasty are not the new Seven Hoes-err-Dwarves in this story. More like stooges. And this misogyny does not have a fairytale ending. It seldom does. In the meantime, ladies, keep shaking your asses for social justice and dirty old Democrats.

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  • Scott says:

    “Are not the Seven Hoes”.. well played Lisa!

    One has to wonder, does this mental midget even realize that a Stallion is a MALE horse?? Or maybe she just identifies as a dude….

    Why anyone looks up top these skanks and think they are good role models / empower women is beyond me, and just shows how damaged our society has become due to demonrat policies.

    • Mary says:

      Hmm, could not work out how a girl’s name together with a horse’s name gel! Also, have always wondered why women in the music business, both black and white, use sex to sell. What about repercussions to innocent young women being treated like trash because that’s what men see The impression of women liking sleaze and be treated accordingly. Sometimes, women are their own worst enemy. Mothers, and fathers, are failing in child rearing.

  • Cameron says:

    err…maybe teach black women to stop dating drug dealers even if they think they’re hot? Might be a good start.

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