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#CRWN A Conversation With Elliott Wilson And Megan Thee Stallion

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Megan Thee Stallion is making sure she uses her platform to speak out against racial injustice and police brutality.

On Saturday, the rapper took the stage for a virtual concert presented by Live Nation, which marks her first show since the “Savage” remix broke the internet and dominated the charts. While Meg obviously performed without any of her fans in attendance, the event still delivered everything supporters would want from a Megan concert, featuring high energy rapping, twerking, and performing some of her most popular tracks.

While this was a fun occasion, Thee Stallion still didn’t want to distract her fans from all of the civil unrest facing the country right now.

During the concert, the Houston native took the time to honor Black victims of police brutality in a special tribute. Following a black backdrop that reads “this s**t is exhausting,” the screen displayed names including George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tamir Rice, Freddie Gray, and Jacob Blake, all of whom were either killed or seriously injured during police-involved incidents.

The tribute concluded with the following question: “Why is it so hard being Black in America?”

Megan Thee Stallion is no stranger to this hurtful truth either. The hot girl has been under major criticism for admitting that Tory Lanez was in fact the person who shot her. She’s been blasted and blamed for being responsible for the shooting and some folks even called her a snitch for publicly admitting that Tory did in fact shoot her. 

What did YOU think of Meg’s social justice tribute?



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