Upset by lyrics, Megan Thee Stallion tells Drake, ‘Stop using my shooting for clout’
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Megan Thee Stallion has finally had the last word with Drake after the rapper made several references to her in his song ‘Nice For What’.
This morning, with Drake’s new single “Hotline Bling” released last night, Thee Stallion took to her Instagram account to post what she sees as the final shot of their conversation.
The ‘Born This Way’ artist then adds that Drake should stop using her shooting for clout.
“Drake, do you think you can stop using my shooting for clout?”, she wrote to the ‘More Lights’ crooner, who took to his own Instagram Stories to discuss his new track on the previous night.
“I hope you know that for the last year and a half, my entire life, you use my shooting for clout? You never once called me out on it.”
“I think it’s the first time I’ve had someone say something directly to me,” the ‘Lover of the Game’ rapper added.
He responded with: “No disrespect, but honestly, if someone is just throwing shots around, they get hit.”
Thee Stallion, 38, who was born in Atlanta, Georgia, is the face of several campaigns aimed at changing the current social stigma attached to the lifestyle of the male who has sex with dozens of women.
The Grammy award-winning singer is best known for her platinum-selling smash hit ‘Tardy for the Party’, as well as collaborations with Nelly, The Pussycat Dolls and more.
She is set to host the 19th Annual American Music Awards on Sunday (19Nov) at a yet-to-be-announced location in Los Angeles.
Megan Thee Stallion, 38, is set to host the 19th annual American Music Awards on Sunday (19Nov) at a yet-to-be-announced location in Los Angeles. The singer is best known for her successful song ‘Tardy for the Party’. The Grammy award-winning singer is set to host the 19th annual American Music Awards on Sunday (19Nov) at a yet-to-be-announced location in Los Angeles. Me