Houston rapper Megan Thee Stallion is proving it’s way deeper than rap. The hip-hop superstar is reportedly gearing up to add ‘actress’ to her résumé as a massive character in Marvel’s MCU.
Megan Thee Stallion’s Low-Key Heading To Marvel
According to reports, the superhero world is going to have to prepare itself for an H-Town-bred She-Hulk. While details are still coming together, Stallion has appeared to get the green light to become a huge Marvel character in a new series.
“So again, this is coming from one of my very own sources here at the channel in an exclusive,” host and curator Michael Roman said in a new YouTube video. “We are happy to report that Megan Thee Stallion has indeed joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe and will be showing up on Disney+ in the future She-Hulk series.” (“Everything Always”)
Meg Thee Stallion Tells Black Women They’re The Culture
Last weekend, Stallion hopped onto the 2021 BET Awards stage in place of collaborator Cardi B – who earlier revealed a massive baby bump to viewers – literally just minutes after her own “Thot Sh*t” performance. Stallion accepted the award for “Video of the Year” with a super deep message. Meg acknowledged how much of an impact 2020’s “WAP” had on the universe and, more specifically, why Black females dictate the game.
“I really want to thank BET. I want to thank the Hotties. I want to thank all the beautiful women that’s right here in these front rows. Black women, we are the culture, we’ve been the culture, and in the future we still going to be the culture. So shout-out to us.”
In less than a year, Cardi and Meg’s “WAP” music video has easily received more than 400,000 million YouTube views.
Cardi B Names The Most Disrespected Rapper In 2021
Speaking on the topic of women, Cardi recently hit up her Twitter page and didn’t hold back on disrespect female musicians deal with. Cardi dished on just how much more goes into becoming a successful female rapper and yet always having to deal with criticism and hate.
“Female rappers have to bust their a** on performances ,great visuals,hours on make up ,hours on hair ,pressure by the public to look perfect,make great music and yet are The most http://disrespected.It’s always they not good enough,what’s new? It’s boring,Why her not me.”
Cardi Believes Women Go Too Hard On Female Rappers
In March 2021, the “UP” hitmaker went to her reliable Twitter page to let loose. Without singling out anyone specific, B lumped all people together – especially women – on not gracefully embracing female rap artists.
“People be so hard on female rappers .”
She also responded to a fan’s tweet about people hating to see women do what men thought only they could do.
“Naaaaa ……man be hating but it really be women in these comments & on YouTube talkin the most sh*t putting women down but fake preach unity and women progression.”