(L-R): Cara Delevingne, Megan Thee Stallion and Reneé Rapp enjoyed a lesbians night out at the Saturday Night Live after-party at Doux in NYC on Saturday, Jan. 20.

Megan, 28, and Reneé, 24, are rumored to be dating. Megan gave up on men after dumping Pardison Fontaine last year.


Megan opened up about her bisexuality in a 2020 interview.


“I mean, you know I kissed a few girls before. We not scared of the ladies. It’s all love,” the former stripper told British Vogue.


“In real life, I’m really about what I be talking. Men are free to do what they want to do, date whoever they want to date and women should have the same options, without judgment,” she added.


Megan added, “Sometimes people try to put you in a box, right, and they try to put their views on you and they try to make you behave how everybody in society feels you should behave.”

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In a recent interview, Reneé (left) said she struggled to come out as bisexual in a small conservative town.

“I had never heard anything surrounding [LGBT+] in a positive light because the one queer person that I knew in my life is a family member of mine who I really looked up to, who got absolutely shitted on by everybody in our family,” she said during an appearance on the “Call Her Daddy” podcast on Spotify.

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The “Mean Girls” star and the curvy rapper performed together on SNL on Saturday. They performed “Not My Fault,” their collaboration off the Mean Girls soundtrack.

They were introduced to the audience by Rachel McAdams, who played the snarky Regina George in the original Means Girls movie in 2004. Reneé plays Regina in the new musical.