Rapper Megan Thee Stallion has made no secret of her support of the LGBTQ+ community over the years, but now she’s taking her allyship even further by using her platform to address the topic of homophobia in Hip Hop.
As her ‘Crybaby’ co-star DaBaby continues to suffer seismic backlash for a recent homophobic rant that slammed people living with HIV and ‘men who suck d*ck in parking lots’ (as we reported here), Stallion’s stepped in to discuss the longstanding subject of gay discrimination in Rap.
Taking to ‘People’ magazine recently to dish, look inside for her comments:
“It is about time,” she told PEOPLE about discussing homophobia in Hip Hop. “Representation is important, and it is really crucial for us all to have compassion and acceptance of every human.”
Elsewhere in the conversation, the GRAMMY winner dropped tidbits about her new album, the follow-up to 2020’s ‘Good News.’
“I am keeping my next project pretty quiet but it will be a complete shock and complete surprise,” she shared. “I am just creating things that feel good to me right now.”
Also dishing on balancing work with being a full-time student, her new collaboration with Cash App, and more, click here to read the full interview.