Prairie View A&M University must have been big mad because the black college really lectured former student Megan Thee Stallion and her friends about a twerking video that had gone viral on the yard, she revealed in her cover story by Rolling Stone.
PVAMU administration was basically like “Aht aht, I told you to leave all that at home where it belongs.”
She now attends Texas Southern University and takes online courses due to her busy schedule given that she is an upcoming music artist.
Megan Thee Stallion’s twerking has become quite a fan favorite, but not everyone has always appreciated it.
On Thursday (Feb. 27), Rolling Stone dropped their cover story featuring the Houston hottie, and she revealed a funny story from her early days at Houston’s Prairie View A&M University. Back when Megan was a freshman at the school, she and her two best friends got reprimanded for their twerking videos that had gone viral on campus.
“The ladies were super uppity. They didn’t want us to wear shorts,” Megan explained while discussing a meeting she and her friends were called to. “It was fucking summertime in fucking Texas. But, you see her hips and her ass, you see why they don’t want us to wear no shorts.”
The meeting, she says, also featured their actual twerk videos playing on a screen in a room full of faculty at the school.
“I was like, ‘God damn! I’m really in trouble [for] twerking right now!’” wrote Megan, who signed a deal with Roc Nation Management last year.
In relative news and if you have been following the latest things on everything to know in regards to our favorite hot girl, you probably heard about her recently opening up about her label not allowing her to release new music because she wants to renegotiate her record deal.
The TSU student took to Instagram Live to vent about her experience with 1501 Certified Entertainment, saying at first it seemed like everything was all good and they were family. But now things have changed ever since she linked up with Roc Nation for management.
“So when I got with Roc Nation, I got management — real management — and real lawyers. They were like, ‘Do you know that this is in your contract?’ And I was like, ‘Oh, damn, that’s crazy — no, I didn’t know,” she said, talking to viewers of the Live session.
Meg said that she was young when she originally signed the deal and never thought that her label would have any issues with the renegotiations:
“I was like 20, and I didn’t know everything that was in that contract.
I wasn’t upset. I’m thinking in my head, ‘everybody cool, we all cool, we family, it’s cool, it’s nice.”
That is when the feuding begin.
She claims that she was not allowed to release new music as a result but today she just won a major battle in the situation, TMZ is reporting.
Here is what we know:
• Meg said that her label was “bullying” her and “using strong-armed tactics” but she is not going to be intimidated by them at all.
• She took a stand and took them to court, winning a major ruling in her favor.
• According to TMZ, a “district judge in Harris County Texas granted Megan a temporary restraining order which prevents her label from blocking the music she plans to drop on Friday.”
Head over to TMZ to read more.