Megan The Stallion has a message for conservative politicians and right-wing commentators saying her music is too vulgar: Watch your step.
The Houston rapper on Thursday dropped a video for her new single “Thot Shit,” which targets her GOP critics and portrays their anger as hypocritical.
The video begins with a political character sitting in his office watching – and whirling – Megan Thee Stallion’s video for her song “Body”
It gets him a phone call from Megan Thee Stallion reminding him that the women he’s trying to “step on” are “everyone you depend on.”
The rest of the video takes viewers on a trip as the politician is relentlessly harassed of women working – and twerking – in various places, including a political office, dining room, hospital, and grocery store. (Watch the full video below.)
Megan Thee Stallion and fellow rap star Cardi B received widespread backlash, especially from conservative politicians and commentators, for their hit “WAP” last year.
The song sent opponents into an additional tizzy after the two performed it live for the first time at the Grammys in March.
Rep. Glenn Grothman (R-Wis.), Who called the show “incompatible with basic decency,” said on the floor of the house in April that he had received complaints about it.
Megan The Stallion, who won three Grammys at the March ceremony, told host Stephen Colbert on “The Late Show” in December that backlash from conservatives over the song was “a little weird.”
“I know the Republicans have had a bad year and they probably had to take their frustration out somewhere, but I want to say thank you to them for streaming,” she added with a laugh.
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