Yep! That was Megan Thee Stallion’s voice you heard at the end of episode 2 of “P-Valley.” She’s set to guest star as her alter ego persona, Tina Snow. Deets on her role, plus find out why 1501 Certified Entertainment honchoCarl Crawford is cursing Meg out online, and why she wantsTory Lanezin jail inside…
”Run that beat back for a real b****!”
”P-Valley” fans heard a familiar voice at the end of episode 2 last week. Lil Murda called up DJ Neva Scared to get him to join the “Dirty Dozen” tour, in which, he kindly declined because he was working with an artist in Atlanta.
Now we know it was Megan Thee Stallion aka TinaSnow! Oh yes, it’s about to get savage!
The Grammy Award winning raptress will guest star on the hit STARZ series “P-Valley” as Tina Snow, who is set to appear later this season. We’re loving the diamonds-and-fur first look.
Hotties already know Tina Snow is Meg’s uber savage alter ego, and it’s also the title of her second EP, which includes the hit tracks "Big Ole Freak" and "Freak Nasty."
In addition to starring on the show, she also wrote and recorded an original song for the new season that will be featured in a later episode. This explains why the “WAP” raptress was front-and-center during the Season 2 premiere in Hollywood earlier this month.
Episode 2 also introduced MiracleWatts character, Big Bone, who is described as a fighter and a biter with sky-high ambitions.
We can't wait to see what type of shenanigans Tina Snow brings to The PYNK.
In other Meg news…
You know they hate it when they see you doing good.
A clip of Megan performing her track “Realer” at the Beale Street Musical Festival last month has resurfaced. In the clip, Meg switched up the lyrics. Instead of rapping “I’m the 1501 queen,” she stuck up her middle finger and let the track play before continuing with the lyrics.
Clearly bothered, he clapped back on IG Stories, writing, “See, I really just be minding my business. Nah, f*** you seahorse."
Then he wrote, “The song should be called ‘Faker than Fake.’”
The former MLB player then called out Meg’s manager, T. Farris, as well.
“And f*** T. Farris too, you b****," he wrote. Swipe through his posts above.
No response from Meg or her manager, which we aren't mad at. Pay him DUST.
On the magazine circuit...
The "Plan B" rapper graces the July 2022 cover of Rolling Stone where she opens up about the aftermath of the July 2020 shooting incident with Tory Lanez where he allegedly shot her in the foot. The 27-year-old entertainer believes he should be punished to the fullest extent of the law.
"I want him to go to jail," she said. "I want him to go under the jail."
The trial begins in September.
"I thought he knew me. And I never would've thought he would've shot me at all," she said. "I never put my hands on this man. I never did anything to him. There was an argument. People argue every day. Friends argue every day."
"I thought everybody in the car was my friend, [and] the whole time, that's not how they thought of me," she said. "That's what really hurts."
The "SAVAGE" rapper said she felt betrayal from two of her closest friends, Tory and her best friend Kelsey Harris. She said Kelsey went to meet Tory two days after the shooting.
“I’m like, ‘Kelsey, as my best friend, why would you meet up with the person you saw shoot your best friend?’” Megan tells me. “She said, ‘Megan, y’all wasn’t answering my calls. My back was against the wall. I didn’t know what to do.’ What the f*ck do you mean your back is against the wall? You’re the only person in this situation that would clear this up for me."
“This girl told me out her mouth, ‘He told me, “Oh, thank you for not saying nothing. Now let me invest in your business. Let me do this. Let me do that.”’ And all I know was, from that day on, she never said nothing else about the whole situation online.”
In an interview with "CBS Mornings" co-host Gayle King, Meg said Tory offered to pay her $1 million to keep quet.
Despite being the person who was injured, the Internet seemingly made her out to be the villain. Social media users and YouTubers were eager to discredit her with insane conspiracies, many of which didn't even make sense.
"In some kind of way I became the villain," Megan said. "And I don't know if people don't take it seriously because I seem strong. I wonder if it's because of the way I look. Is it because I'm not light enough? Is it that I'm not white enough? Am I not the shape? The height? Because I'm not petite? Do I not seem like I'm worth being treated like a woman?"
Legit questions that need answers.
In October 2020, Tory Lanez was charged with one felony count each of assault with a semiautomatic firearm, personal use of a firearm, and carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm in a vehicle. He pleaded not guilty to both charges in November 2020.
You can read Meg's full cover story here.
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