Megan Thee Stallion hits double standard in rap after Dua Lipa duet backlash

The rap feeling has reached double standard as some people question the clear lyrics of the new song Sweetest Pie but will ignore it for male rappers to come up with similar lyrics

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Megan Thee Stallion hit the double standards she holds in the rap world when she says that women are drawn to content that male musicians would never be challenged to.

The 27-year-old musician – whose real name is Megan Pete – hit the charts with #1 WAP hit which she collaborated with Cardi B, her own hit Savage, featuring Beyonce and featuring a song new name Sweetest Pie with Dua Lipa.

But while the star is praised and the success her work has brought, one thing she doesn’t appreciate is being criticized for using raw language in her rap.

Megan has pointed out the difference in opinion when it comes to men rapping, the shock manifesting when women do the same – with her latest single having multiple meanings and x-rated lyrics.

Megan Thee Stallion Responds To Critics Of Her New Duet With Dua Lipa



She said in an interview on Dua’s At Your Service’s 26-year-old podcast: “A guy can start rapping about ecstasy pills and enjoy four women at once and no one has a problem with that. that.

“But if Megan Thee Stallion said, ‘Eat my meat’ once, there would be an uproar. Like, ‘You’d better never say that word again in your life.’

“I definitely have to let people know that pleasure does not go one way. So if you’re offended by a woman talking about how she likes to be pleased, then I think you need to take a step back and re-evaluate what you have. “

She went on to claim that it’s not just words that women are scrutinized, but their wardrobes and men don’t have to be pressured about looking good on stage.

The star wears fancy clothes in the video for the new song, Sweetest Pie



“It’s definitely a crazy double standard,” she said. But I feel like we’re girls, yeah, and sometimes I have to accept that because everyone knows we’re superior.

“So they expected us to come as transcendent beings like us. I feel like we’re being heavily criticized because everyone just knows that women are women.

“So they were always looking for us to be the right person.”

As for the music video of their collaboration, Megan and Dua definitely attract attention with their style.

In one scene, Megan is wearing nothing but a very small pair of panties as she maneuvers around in the video – while another shows her wearing a swimwear adorned with gems.

The video follows a dark fantasy land where women sing and dance their way through a dense forest of trees and dance alongside male and female dancers.

Away from the imaginary world of music videos, however, life can feel too real for Dua, who has been embroiled in lawsuits.

The singer’s hit single, Levitating, has come under close scrutiny with two separate copyright infringement claims brought against it.

Florida-based band Artikal Sound System has accused the British star of copying elements of their song Live Your Life.

While songwriters L.Russell Brown and Sandy Linzer claimed that the song sounded like an excerpt from their songs Wiggle and a Giggle All Night and Don Diablo.

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