It’s been over a week since former NFL running back Larry Johnson first saw his name running atop headlines for slamming Megan Thee Stallion, but that hasn’t stopped the 39-year-old from continuing his attempts to garner press from the conflict.
As fans know, Johnson randomly took to Twitter earlier this month to suggest the rapper’s (born Megan Pete) rising fame was somehow linked to the death of her mother. Once his accusations reached her desk, the ‘Hot Girl Summer’ hitmaker lent a fiery clap back – a move that prompted further exchange between the two.
Now, while most of us thought the beef had cooled, the ex-pro baller – presumably due to ongoing online attack from Pete’s fans – took to Twitter earlier today to lend even more commentary. See his distasteful remarks inside:
After learning Stallion had signed to Roc Nation (as we reported here), Johnson tweeted:
The comment earned a clap back from the rapstress:
Although Meg’s made no mention of the exchange since it happened, Johnson randomly took to Twitter today (September 22) to say:
As of time reported, none of the ladies involved – including Stallion – have responded to his comment.