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Megan Thee Stallion's amazing body proportions will be showcased on the cover of Sports Illustrated's 2021 Swimsuit issue.

The "WAP" rapper will be among the models gracing the 2021 cover, according to New York Post's Page Six.

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A source told Page Six Megan is one of the hottest rappers out right now, thanks to her raunchy collaboration with Cardi B.

"She's the biggest star [right now], so it's a no-brainer and they love surprises," the source said, referring to the magazine's male readers.

While it is rare for a non-model to grace the cover of the Swimsuit edition, Sports Illustrated has been evolving into a "woke" publication for years now.

Megan isn't the first artist to appear on the SI cover. Studio singer Beyonce posed on the cover of the 2007 SI Music issue when she was at her peak.

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Chrissy Teigen

John Legend's wife Chrissy Teigen once again covers the 2015 swimsuit issue of Sports Illustrated magazine. The glorified swimsuit issue is SI's bread and butter. Without it, the magazine probably couldn't stay afloat (pun intended).

After the break is just a sampling of photos featuring the plus-sized model wearing skimpy bikinis in the 2015 swimsuit issue. Enjoy.

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The retail giant altered the images to add crude "thigh gaps" on the images of models wearing bikinis. The graphic artist also altered the torso and waist of the models to give them a desired, but unrealistic Barbie shape.

The altered ads resulted in angry comments on Jezebel magazine's website.

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Sports Illustrated Reveals 2014 Swimsuit Issue

This year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue has three models on the cover instead of just a single bikini clad hottie. The 2014 Annual Swimsuit issue features former SI swimsuit models Chrissy Teigen and Nina Agdal, and newcomer Lily Aldridge -- all wearing just their bikini bottoms. The ladies were announced on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Thursday night.

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