The ‘All the Way’ hitmaker explains that the ‘Hot Girl Summer season’ rapper suits the word, which implies somebody who does bad things but is applauded for it, so much.
Remy Ma has offered her two cents on Megan Thee Stallion’s infamous interview with social networks star Brittany Renner, but her remark wasn’t something that lots of people would like to hear. In the current episode of “State of the Culture”, the “All the Method” hitmaker recommended that Brittany ought to have called Megan a “scalawag” rather than a “b *** h.”.
Talking with other panelists, Remy said that she had actually searched for at the word “scalawag” and recognized that it fits Megan so much. “She sort of might have been right by calling her a scalawag,” the veteran rapper kept in mind, before letting everyone know that scalawag suggests somebody who does bad things however is applauded for it.
Even though Remy firmly insisted that it’s “good thing,” people weren’t here for it. “Megan never ever did anything bad in her profession. She constantly been a good individual & supported everyone & gave out great vibes. Remy really being troublesome,” someone said as someone similarly commented, “Megan goes to school and has her profession and is out here having a good time, making music and enjoying life. Unfavorable where? I like Remy however she drawn for this.”.
” Does not she understand that the word ‘scalawag’ is most typically understood and was primarily used in American history throughout the civil war. Who should call Megan that? And why do they still have a platform,” another pointed out. “Im tryna see what megan does that’s negative yet applauded??? This the same b *** h that eliminated her BUDDY over a rack. I wan na say how she might end you bum a ** b *** h but your rap profession been over. Im grateful it’s so amusing you tacky a ** h * e,” another wrote.
The interview that Remy discussed occurred last month at the 2019 Rolling Loud festival, where Brittany excitedly asked Megan, “What can we look forward from Stally? B *** h, ’cause you’re actually, you’re actually that b *** h.” This prompted Megan to say, “She got ta stop.”.