Ebro in the Morning got the first interview with Megan Thee Stallion post-Grammy nominations. The show linked Megan with her Hotties for an official Meet & Greet to talk about her Grammy nomination, career, upcoming college graduation, and "Good News."
While some in the "Black media" sphere have accused Megan of not treating them the same as white media, others in "Black media" don't seem to be having the same problem.
Megan did not shy away from the question and revealed she was the one who picked the Biggie sample because "Y'all muthafckaz so confused. Bitch, I'd done told you who shot me but y'all muthafckaz acting like<giggle>, Uh, we don't know."
When Megan was asked if she felt like she needed to say something about the situation, she replied,
"Yeah, because it comes a time where it gets hard to be the bigger person sometimes. Um... and at the end of the day, I can't just keep let'n people like walk all over me. I can't keep let'n people take these jabs at me, and I'm not gonna say nothing."
She also added, "Once you made it rap beef. You put it on wax. Now, I gotta say something." I love that. That is so Hip Hop and coming from a female rapper just makes it better. She didn't do a radio diss song in the tradition of Drake.
Oh, and Megan said she had her diss ready to go the next day after Tory dropped Daystar. Didn't I tell y'all
it sounded like it was a response to that album? A singing nigga got "Body-ody-ody" by a real rap bitch, lol.
Just to be petty, I have to mention that The Breakfast Club, mainly Charlamagne, must be punching the wall. They went out of their way to play victim about not being able to talk about Megan's NYT OP-ED, or anything Tory Lanez related, to only see her speak about both subject with Nadeska and Ebro, lol. At some point, some media outlets gotta admit it's them. They are the problem.
MAKE THE MUSIC THAT MAKES YOU HAPPY
During Megan's interview with Ebro, her Hotties got to ask her some questions. One question was, "If you could pass one important aspect of the music business to the next generation, what would it be?
Megan said, "Think more about the craft, more so than the numbers. Don't make music thinking, "Oh, I have to get this many streams, Oh my gosh, I gotta go #1, Oh my gosh, I need to chart."
I love this answer. Artists obsessed with stats don't make the best music and leave their success in the hands of something that can be easily manipulated.
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