Megan Thee Stallion didn’t miss a booty drop as she showed us those undefeated knees while performing’ just 6 weeks after being shot & having bullets surgically removed.
Megan Thee Stallion performed a virtual concert tonight (August 29), a production facilitated by Live Nation and with creative direction by choreographer Jaquel Knight, who worked on Beyoncé’s Coachella performances. Calling the live stream her “first day back,” the rapper completed an active hour-long set that covered her catalog and several of her guest verses. She frequently encouraged her hotties to turn up with her at home. “I need all my hotties to stand up, wherever you’re at and shake that ass,” she instructed. Instead of fans joining Meg on stage, each of Meg’s six dancers took some solo time in the spotlight.
The “WAP” rapper looked unbelievably HOT as she rocked a black embroidered lingerie combo featuring various crystal and gold embellishments. She paired the mesh look with a pair of glittery to-the-knee boots, featuring a platform and what appeared to be a 4″ heel. With her hair black in a sleek braid, she finished her look with her known metallic smokey eye and sparkly over-the-elbow gloves.
Before jumping into her signature hit “Hot Girl Summer,” Megan paused the concert for a moving tribute to the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Savage artist called recognition to Black people who’ve been recent citizens of police brutality. Featuring Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Jacob Blake, and other names on a screen behind the stage. Although she didn’t discuss last month’s shooting, she acknowledged the generally tough year: ‘Hotties it’s been a very, very rough 2020 it’s been a few very rough months for me.’
In addition to singles like “WAP,” “Savage,” “Hot Girl Summer,” and “Girls in the Hood,” Meg also ran through numerous of her guest verses on other tracks, including Lil Uzi Vert’s “Pose,” DaBaby’s Nasty, Tyga’s “Freak,” and Young Dolph’s “RNB.”
Here’s what she performed below:
Realer Simon Says
Big Booty (Gucci Mane)
Hot Girl Summer
RNB (Young Dolph)
Pose (Lil Uzi Vert)
Pole Dancer (Wale)
All Dat (Moneybagg Yo)
Big Ole Freak
Girls in the Hood