(GEM RADIO)- in a recent performance by Meghan Thee Stallion, she used the platform to set the record straight on what she does with her body. She said she does what she wants with her body in the statement.
Meghan Thee Stallion gained notoriety last week after DaBaby revealed information about their purported liaisons on his new album. The Cleveland, Ohio native claims he had an intimate relationship with the W.A.P rapper in the song “Boogeyman,” which is included on his most recent album Baby 2 Baby. He also admits that he held off on disclosing details about their purported encounters until his album.
In his song, DaBaby raps, “The day before she said that Try Lanez shot her, I was f##### on Meghan Thee Stallion.” DaBaby also said, “Waited to say that s### on my next album. He continued, “Hit it the day before, too, but I kept it, player. I ain’t say nothing about it.”
I do what I want with my Body
Meghan Thee Stallion hasn’t responded to DaBaby’s comments, but she did have some advice for anyone worried about what she does with her body. She delivered the message o Saturday night during her performance at the I heart radio Music Festival in Las Vegas.
Meghan began, “so, look. I don’t know about y’all, but I love my body. I do what I want with my body, when I want to with my body, with who I want with my body.” the audience cheered her on as she went on to say “cos its who? My body. Let me hear you make some noise if you love your body.”
Mental Health Website
Meanwhile, Meghan has launched a new website named “Bad Bitches Have Bad Days Too.” This is to direct her fans to have access to mental health-related resources. She announced the site’s compliance with a list of diverse mental health resources, and she is sending it out to her fans and followers.
The phrase ‘anxiety’ from her most recent album, Traumatize’ inspired the name of the Website. It links visitors to a variety of free counseling services and hotlines for those with mental health issues. Meghan also provides directories of resources for initiatives assisting the black community.