Megan Thee Stallion Shuts Down Feud Rumors With Cardi B

The ‘Hot Girl Summer’ hitmaker denies that she’s beefing with the ‘Bodak Yellow’ raptress, claiming that she never liked a comment that appeared to diss the Bronx femcee.

AceShowbizMegan Thee Stallion wants her life to stay drama free. Unlike many other hip-hops stars who have been picking a fight with each other, the 28-year-old is not into feuding with fellow rapper and she has made this clear when people on the Internet have been spreading the story of her beefing with Cardi B.

It all started when someone noticed that Megan appeared to like a comment that was left on her YouTube account about Cardi. “She won my respect… paying homage to the GOAT means a lot. Pac would be proud. She exceeded Cardi, HANDS DOOOOWN,” read the comment.

A fan took a screenshot of the comment and Megan’s supposed approval. Sharing it on Twitter, the said fan captioned it, “It’s officially confirmed. Megan Thee Stallion does NOT f**k with Cardi B.” The “Hot Girl Summer” hitmaker later garnered backlash, possibly from Cardi’s fans, for her alleged diss at the “I Like It” raptress.

But before it went wilder and caused a misunderstanding, Megan has shut down the feud rumors. Denying that she ever liked the comment, she wrote on Twitter, “I did not like no damn stupid a** comment like this.”

“I don’t even upload my own s**t to my YouTube my label does,” she further claimed. Telling her fans to stop stirring up drama between her and other female artists, she added, “I DO NOT HAVE A PROBLEM WITH ANYBODY. I don’t like drama I do not bring other females down stop trying to start fake beef.”

While denying the feud rumors with Cardi, Megan was recently involved in a legal battle with her label 1501 Entertainment as she tried renegotiate a new contract after her new management team at Roc Nation showed her how unfair her record deal was. It culminated with her being banned from releasing her new album “Suga”. She, however, eventually scored a win and was allowed to release her album earlier this month by the judge.

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