Megan Thee Stallion took to Twitter to hit back at the media that only share “negative” stories about the singer.
During iHeart Music Festival 2022 weekend (September 24), Megan Thee Stallion performed ‘Body’ with a speech about self-empowerment. “I don’t know about you, but I love my body,” he said, “I do what I want with my body, when I want with my body, with who I want with my body. Because who is it? body.”
However, some fans and media outlets took that message as Megan “spoke out” against DaBaby’s claims about the couple sleeping together.
“I feel like a lot of these blogs don’t post to me until it’s about something they know most of their audience can relate to (or associate) with a negative story of some kind of. news on almost every show,” he wrote in Twitter.
“I don’t mind being published at all, but why is it that suddenly, out of the million positive things I’ve done/have done, it only seems to happen when something negative happens, it’s news? Like content it’s positive Megan Thee Stallion. lol, why ignore it?”, continuous.
“Ignore it,” one fan told Megan explaining how “everyone says to ignore it but when you always see people going after your character it’s frustrating, whoever you are.”
She then shared images of her preaching body positivity at previous performances. msgstr “As if the matter were always there.”
That’s because earlier this week, Megan Thee Stallion launched a website that compiles an extensive list of mental health resources for her fans.
The website – called Bad Bitches Have Bad Days Too – brings together contact information and resources for organizations that offer three therapies, mental health hotlines, groups that work specifically with the black community, and LGBTQIA+ resources.
“Girls! You know how much mental wellness means to me, so I’ve created a resource center to help you when you need a hand,” Megan said in a message to her followers.