Megan Thee Stallion showed fans her more vulnerable side and addressed some heavy topics on her new album Traumazine.
The Houston Hottie dropped her new album Traumazine last night, and fans have been introduced to a more vulnerable Meg.
Not too long after dropping, the Houston native’s new album reached number 2 on the iTunes charts.
The “Sweetest Pie” rapper reacted to the accomplishment on Twitter by saying:
“Ah, it’s been a few hours, keep running it up hotties.”
The track that stood out the most to some fans was “Who Me” featuring Pooh Shiesty, where she addresses the Tory Lanez shooting incident.
Megan references a popular track from the late Notorious B.I.G.’s “Who Shot Ya,” saying:
“Aye I feel like Biggie, who shot you? But everybody knows who shot me bitch.”
The “Hot Girl Summer” rapper recently interviewed with the Jimmy Fallon show celebrating the album’s release by getting the host to pop champagne bottles with her::
“You got to shake it like, just act like you in the club.”
Despite past issues, Meg is having a great time as she celebrates the release of her sophomore album.
Megan Thee Stallion didn’t hold back when it comes to her music.
She recently got candid with fans expressing her frustrations with her label.
However, after Megan said her piece, she announced the official release date of her highly anticipated album.
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