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Sports Illustrated

Megan Thee Stallion made history as the first rapper to cover Sports Illustrated's highly anticipated, "woke" Swimsuit edition.

"REAL SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SWIMSUIT EDITION COVER MODEL SH*T!!!" she wrote on Instagram.

"Thee first female rapper on the cover of @si_swimsuit. I want to thank all the strong women in my life who inspired me to love my body and live my best hot girl life. It means the world to me to be on this cover DREAM COME TRUE!! #SISwim21."

Megan is one of three cover stars on the 2021 Swimsuit issue.

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Sports Illustrated

Tennis champ Naomi Osaka is on one cover, and the mag's first Black male-to-female trans, Leyna Bloom is on the other.

The "Savage" rapper's impressive curves are stuffed into a zippered nude bikini that's 2 sizes too small. The bikini is available in her new Fashion Nova swimwear collection ($39.99).

"We have three inherently different cover models that come together to tell a story rooted in female empowerment, setting a reminder that beauty comes in many forms," said SI Swim's editor-in-chief, MJ Day, who hailed Megan as "a magnetic powerhouse taking the world by storm."

Megan's cover is not the high-budget cover that fans come to expect from Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit edition.

Still, it's an achievement that Megan can be proud of. No other female rapper has graced the Swimsuit edition.

The only celebrity to come close was Beyonce, but her cover didn't sell well and she wasn't asked to grace the cover again.

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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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Instagram

A woman who claims to be Megan Thee Stallion's ex lover is coming forward with details of their alleged romance.

Instagram model Yasmin Estrada, pictured left, took to IG Live on Tuesday night to share torrid details about her alleged ex-girlfriend.

Yasmin Estrada, who was reportedly drunk, started pouring hot tea in her IG Live. Surprisingly, Megan was among the millions listening to Yasmin. MTO News confirmed that Megan was also commenting on Yasmin's Live.

The busty Latina said she and the "WAP" rapper broke up because Megan, who is male-identified, refused to be faithful to her.

Yasmin explained that Megan Thee Stallion, who is bisexual, began sleeping with male rappers before her rap records took off.

"Megan was in love with d**k more than she was in love with me," said Yasmin.

Yasmin still lusts after Megan and she often writes subliminal messages to her on Instagram. In one post, Yasmin wrote: "You used to be texting me, checking me, calling me your slime."

Megan, who was raised by a single mom, has previously confessed to dipping her toe in the lady pond.

Yasmin and Megan are still friends, and Megan generously lavishes gifts on her ex. But the curvaceous stripper says she would prefer to give her ex a private lap dance whenever she's in town.
 

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Megan Thee Stallion is giving away $1 million worth of stock to teach fans how to "build your own empire" with her new "Investing for Hotties" initiative.

The voluptuous rapper's fans helped her to build wealth and now she wants to return the favor.

She wrote:

"Me and my thriving empire, Hot Girl Enterprises, have teamed up with Cash App to teach you everything I learned on the way up about money and how you can build your own empire.

"Buying stocks isn't only for the big players. Anyone can start with as little as $1. Putting in a little money and seeing how it moves is a great way to learn about the stock market and start building up a portfolio."

Fans who hope to win stocks can comment on her latest Instagram post with "$cashtag" for a chance to win the stocks.

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The "WAP" hitmaker, who was named one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time magazine last year, urged investors to start small, adding, "With Cash App, you can buy and sell small pieces of stock called fractional shares, and ease your way in nice and slow.

"Buying stocks seems complicated, but really it's a pretty simple process. The more you educate yourself the more equipped you'll be to navigate investing. With my knowledge and your hustle, you'll have your own empire in no time."

 

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Megan Thee Stallion (pictured) and mom-to-be Cardi B were among the big winners at the 2021 BET Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night.

Megan picked up four trophies, including Best Female Hip Hop Artist and the Viewer's Choice Award for her Beyonce collaboration "Savage," while both stars won Best Collaboration and Best Video for "WAP."

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Megan was joined on the red carpet by her significant other, rap producer Pardison "Pardi" Fontaine.

But Cardi grabbed the spotlight by revealing she was expecting her second child during a surprise set with her husband Offset's group Migos.

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It was also a big night for singer Jazmine Sullivan, right, who took home the Album of the Year prize for "Heaux Tales." Jazmine posed with rapper Coi LeRay before the show.

Singer H.E.R. was named Best Female R&B/Pop Artist, and Bruno Mars, took home two awards for Video Director and Best Group for his magical collaboration with Anderson .Paak, Silk Sonic.

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The awards show, hosted by Taraji P. Henson (pictured), featured a record 18 show-stopping performances from the likes of Sullivan, Lil Baby, H.E.R., DJ Khaled, and Lil Nas X, as well as tributes to Lifetime Achievement recipient Queen Latifah and the late DMX.

Queen Latifah was overcome with emotion as she collected her latest honor and accolade.

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Holding back tears, the rap pioneer and actress took the stage after Lil' Kim, Rapsody, MC Lyte and Monie Love delivered a stirring tribute, and had to compose herself before accepting the honor (see video blow).

"I'm so extremely moved I don't even know what to... I want to thank BET for creating an outlet for beautiful blackness to thrive, to shine. When we couldn't get played on the radio and other places, we couldn't get our videos played in other places, there was BET that allowed us to be in our fullness."

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Latifah, a closeted lesbian, also thanked God, her father, Lancelot Owens, Sr., who joined her onstage, and her late mother, stating, "I've always celebrated the woman because I was raised by a strong Black woman, and raised by a father who loves women."
 

The full list of winners are:

Album of the Year:

Heaux Tales by Jazmine Sullivan

Best Female R&B/Pop Artist:

H.E.R.

Best Male R&B/Pop Artist:

Chris Brown

Best Group:

Silk Sonic

Best Collaboration:

WAP - Cardi B ft. Megan Thee Stallion

Best Male Hip Hop Artist:

Lil Baby

Best Female Hip Hop Artist:

Megan Thee Stallion

Video of the Year:

WAP by Cardi B ft. Megan Thee Stallion

Video Director of the Year:

Bruno Mars & Florent Dechard

Best New Artist:

Giveon

Dr. Bobby Jones Best Gospel/Inspirational Award:

Strong God by Kirk Franklin

BET Her Award:

Good Days by Sza

Best International Act:

Burna Boy (Nigeria)

Viewer's Choice Award:

Savage (Remix) - Megan Thee Stallion ft. Beyonce

Best Movie:

Judas and the Black Messiah

Best Actress:

Andra Day

Best Actor:

Chadwick Boseman

Youngstars Award:

Marsai Martin

Sportswoman of the Year Award:

Naomi Osaka

Sportsman of the Year Award:

Lebron James

Viewer's Choice: Best New International Act:

Bree Runway (United Kingdom)

Global Good Award:

Djamila Ribeiro

Lifetime Achievement Award:

Queen Latifah
 

 

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Instagram, GoFundMe

Earlier, I reported that rapper Megan Thee Stallion (right) helped to cover the funeral costs for a fan who died unexpectedly.

Due to information on social media and in a GoFundMe page, Sandrarose.com incorrectly identified Shaniah Leigh Scales as a male-to-female transgender.

I apologize for the error.

Sherri writes:

"You reported that Shaniah Leigh Scales whose funeral was partially funded by Megan The Stallion was a Male to Female trans.This is absolutely incorrect. There is zero information you could have received to validate this.Shaniah was my niece. She was my sister's daughter. She was born a female and died a female. You need to retract your error and apologize to the family. Sent from my T-Mobile 4G LTE Device."

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Megan Thee Stallion helped cover the funeral costs for a fan who died unexpectedly. The "WAP" rapper was made aware of her fan's untimely death on social media.

"Meg we lost a hottie ... our best friend passed away unexpectedly. They absolutely loved you, listening to ur songs was something we did every time we were together. We're helping their family w funeral costs. We started a gofundme & are halfway there. @theestallion."

"How much do y'all need?" Megan responded.

According to a GoFundMe page, Shaniah Leigh Scales passed away of unknown causes.

Over $16,000 was raised in 3 days. A friend of the deceased fan responded to critics who claimed the campaign was a scam.

"Sad I have to even tweet this but I've been receiving a lot of messages that apparently we are scamming people. I wish my best friend's death was not real but this is 100% true. We don't need to involve anyone to try and get money for no reason. Shaniah's service will be this Sat."

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YouTube/@Vladtv

YouTuber Kevin Samuels recently sat down with DJ Vlad of Vlad TV, where he explained his rating scale of biological women (1-8).

Samuels differentiated between women who are considered "hawt" and those women who men want to marry.

Samuels is best known for his radical dating advice, which pits him against traditional relationship experts who don't antagonize their audience base.

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His rating scale of beautiful women ranges from 1-8. Samuels claims the perfect woman (rated a 10) doesn't exist. He recently rated curvaceous rapper Megan Thee Stallion a six. Megan, 26, is pictured on Aug. 17, 2020.

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He rated industry socialite Lori Harvey an 8. Lori, 24, is pictured above in a photo dated May 18, 2020. By coincidence, he also rated semi-retired pop singer Beyonce an 8.

He is so hard on Black women that many of his followers assume he is a closeted homosexual -- despite his denials. The YouTuber has at least one child, a daughter, that he supports financially.

His relationship with the child's mother likely influences his hate for women.
 

 

 

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Megan Thee Stallion used the iHeart Radio Music Awards on Thursday night, May 27, to make her red carpet debut with boyfriend Pardison Fontaine.

The "Cry Baby" rapper looked stunning in a sparkly gold dress as she posed on the red carpet with her beau, who dressed casually in a khaki outfit.

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It was the first time Megan and rapper Pardison have attended a public event together, but the 26-year-old revealed in February she was coupled up with her "boo"

"I don't be liking some of the stuff on the internet. People don't know what the hell they talking about, they just be saying anything. I didn't like what they was trying to say about Pardi 'cause he is so calm and so sweet."

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"That's my boo, and I really like him," she added of the 31-year-old "Backin' It Up" songwriter.

Megan took home the best collaboration award for her track "Savage" with Beyonce.

The curvaceous rapper was quick to thank her fans - nicknamed the "hotties" - as she gushed:

"I really want to thank the hotties because without y'all I would be nothing. I want to thank my grandma for believing in me also. Everything I do I do for my family, for the hotties and for myself."

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Yung Miami responded to fellow rapper Megan Thee Stallion's offer to take her out on a date. Megan's fans were stunned when she flirted with the Miami rapper on social media.

"I was too shy to tell her in person but @YungMiami305 I wanna date," Megan tweeted over the weekend.

"I been wanted you too, so what's up?" Miami responded in broken English.

Megan is in an open relationship with music producer, rapper Pardison Fontaine, who may or may not be bisexual himself.

Miami, a member of rap duo City Girls, is in a relationship with music producer Southside, the father of her baby.

Southside defended his baby mama's honor in a post on Instagram Live. He warned bisexual rapper Lil Uzi Vert for disrespecting Yung Miami on Instagram.

Uzi, who is allegedly bisexual, is dating City Girls' member JT.

Calling Yung Miami by her government name, Caresha, Uzi taunted her online.

Uzi claimed he was "just playing," but Southside warned Uzi about bullying Miami.

"I promise you, I'm a punch your teeth out your mouth. Don't say nothing else," he told Uzi.

Fans were understandably confused by Megan flirting with Yung Miami.

"Her man gonna make a video threaten to peel Megan's Muffin Cap Black Blue," wrote on Twitter user.

Another fan said the innocent flirting between Megan, 26, and Miami, 27, was probably just a stunt.

"Must be a new song coming up. Nice promo. Issa a new song bout to drop, they ain't slick," the fan wrote.