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Megan Thee Stallion Debuts Diss Track During Coachella Set



Meg Thee Stallion performs at Coachella 2022.
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Sunday marks the end of the first weekend of Coachella 2022. Though this year, it didn’t make as  big of a social media wave, there were some memorable moments involving Megan Thee Stallion. The rapper headlined night two of the festival, and previewed an upcoming song. Fans suspect it’s a diss track toward rapper Tory Lanez who allegedly shot Meg two years ago. However, it doesn’t yet have a title because it’s just an unreleased snippet of a song. Megan commanded attention from Hotties in a tweet posted April 7, over two weeks before she took the stage.

“I got this song that I recorded and every time I play it for a woman they start jumping and clapping I think I wanna perform it at Coachella for the first time before I actually drop it,”she said on Twitter before her performance.

She concluded the song with “You is a b-tch,” further fueling speculation from fans. Things escalated earlier this month, Tory Lanez was handcuffed for violating a court order. Hotties think this song is about him. In addition to pointing out the provocative lyrics, fans compared the style of the song to the flow of Lil Kim. The song itself samples the “Freak’n You” remix by Jodeci and WuTang Clan. Fans responded overwhelmingly positive to both of these things, though the Lil Kim inspiration isn’t confirmed.

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The rapper posted a clip of the performance, captioned, “I performed a snippet of my unreleased song at Coachella last night.” She continued, “I see y’all saying y’all want it…maybe I should just gone headdd release this.” During her set The “WAP” collaborator performed other songs as well, including “Savage,” and “Big Ole Freak.” However, the unreleased track appears to be the most discussed aspect of her set. She didn’t clue the audience in on whom it’s directed at, other than saying “to whom it may f-cking concern.” However, it definitely created excitement for her next project.


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