Pardison Fontaine addresses his relationship with Megan Thee Stallion in a new poem. It seems he did not exactly dedicate the somewhat love letter to Meg but mentioned the struggle of this mystery woman – which sounded similar to a popular rapper we all know. The poem was read at Da Poetry Lounge.
Pardi’s Emotional Poem
He said this poem is about another “beautiful woman he knows.” Jorden ‘Pardi’ Thorpe’s line “you’re a survivor, but not a victim; somewhere in between ‘God forgive him’ and ‘I gotta get him,'” really stood out as a reference to Megan Pete. Thorpe then added, “If you need me, girl, I’m at your service.”
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Rumors Spreading About A Split Between The Pair
Rumors have been spreading on social media about the status of their relationship. Both Pardi and Megan unfollowed each other on Instagram but then apparently shared heart shapes shots on Valentine’s Day this year.
The New York rapper has been with the Houston hottie for more than two years now. The pair have been dealing with breakup rumors since a couple of months after their second anniversary in October 2022. Thee Stallion didn’t wish Pardi a happy birthday, and then she allegedly put her hands on the songwriter. However, Fontaine shut that down with an Instagram story.
Pardi and Meg reportedly met while working on “Savage (Remix)” ft. Queen Bey. He has writing credits on the song (the writer is also known for working with Kanye West, Cardi B, and Stefflon Don). This led to Pardison’s work on “WAP,” which was a Cardi B and Meg collaboration, and the rest was history.
Tory Lanez’s Motion Denied
This is amid Tory Lanez being denied a new trial for shooting the “Sweetest Pie” rapper. The Canadian singer was convicted of three felonies in December for shooting her in the feet and wounding her. He is possibly facing more than 20 years in prison and deportation to his native country, Canada. Daystar Peterson, Tory’s legal name, will be sentenced for convictions of assault with a semiautomatic firearm, having a loaded plus unregistered firearm in a vehicle, and discharging a firearm with gross negligence.