Rap star Megan Thee Stallion has taken aim at her critics on social media. The 26-year-old rap star has hit back after Nike’s Thee Hottie Handbook – Megan’s new advertising campaign that focuses on mindfulness – was described as a “facade” and “b******t” by one Twitter critic.
In response to the ad campaign, @serenajupiter wrote on the micro-blogging platform: “Stop following celebrities who speak of “Mindfulness” and “Vibes” constantly. It’s all a facade, especially considering their own musics frequency is in the gutter.
See through the B*****t. Practice Discernment and Most importantly stop being so easily mislead! (sic) However, the “Hot Girl Summer” hitmaker was quick to hit back online. Megan insisted she’s trying to help her fans to feel good about themselves and upbeat about life generally.
Constantly? The message of the video is although you might be going through a hard time it won’t last long… Y’all so fake woke on this app it’s ridiculous. Idgaf how YOU feel abt my music it’s obviously making SOMEONE feel good abt themselves. https://t.co/W0UIrE9Zmh
— TINA SNOW (@theestallion) September 26, 2021
The rapper wrote: “Constantly? The message of the video is although you might be going through a hard time it won’t last long… Y’all so fake woke on this app it’s ridiculous. I***f how YOU feel abt my music it’s obviously making SOMEONE feel good abt themselves. Megan – who has more than six million followers on Twitter – subsequently insisted she uses social media to keep up-to-date with the things that she enjoys and feels passionate about.
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