Megan Thee Stallion for NYT: ‘Black Women Are Still Constantly Disrespected’

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Megan Thee Stallion is letting her voice be heard once again — but this time it isn’t on wax, it’s in print. The “WAP” rapper has penned an op-ed for the New York Times, in which she speaks up for Black women.

The opinion piece is a strong stance from Megan, and we’d expect nothing less from the Hot Girl. MTS opens up about the violence she faced at the hands of Tory Lanez, but omitted his name entirely. She spoke eloquently about what Black women face when they do go public in situations similar to hers and reflected on how it happens in the first place.

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