The H-Town Hottie is the Hottest In The City and is looking for more. Megan Thee Stallion made her Madd Hatta Morning Show debut in her hometown and broke down numerous things that the people wanted to know from the 23-year-old “Big Ole Freak” hitmaker.
On How She Became A Rapper:
“My mom was a rapper, Holly Wood. Just growing up, watching my mama in the studio, I thinking it’s normal, everybody’s mom is doing this. Everybody’s a rapper! So it’s second nature to me. I’m growing up listening to Pimp C, UGK, Juicy J … my daddy playing Three Six Mafia and I’m saying, ‘Dang, it would sound real cool if a girl was saying this.’ But I don’t even know why I was shy about it because I’m not a shy person. But you know how you don’t want to show it to your friends because you don’t wanna get judged? Yeah, so I waited until college.”
“I used to stealing her instrumentals and rap over them! So I went to [college] and I was at this kickback and all these dudes were rapping. I told them, ‘I can rap’ and they were like, ‘No you can’t!’ and so I rapped. Next thing you know, my friends are like — ‘Megan we gotta put you on YouTube!’ I did a freestyle over “Sho Nuff” and everybody on campus was going crazy. So I came home and told my mama I can rap.” She was like, ‘Oh no, girl you not coming out until you 21.” But I grew up on Three Six Mafia and UGK so … what’d you expect?! I did my first cypher when I was 21 and … I’m 23 now so, yeah, there you have it.”
On ‘Big Ole Freak’:
“It’s not about being sexual. It’s about being confident and me being about confident in my sexuality and other women not being scared. So, it’s about me and I have a lot of friends who are exotic dancers and going to see them at their place of work … they definitely inspire me to write some of the things that I write. I love watching women do the things that they do.”
On The Freakiest Thing She Won’t Ever Do:
“I don’t think I would do anything in public.”
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