Megan Thee Stallion stunned in a white corset top and long sheer gloves ahead of her Austin City Limits concert.
Megan Thee Stallion, the CEO of “Hot Girl Summer,” has proven she can bring the hot girl vibe into the fall. On October 2, the “WAP” singer posted a series of gorgeous photos wearing a white corset costume with a choker, belt buckles, straps, and long sheer gloves.
The Savage X Fenty spokesperson captioned the photos, which showed her posing for mirror selfies with her very long, wavy hair, with the message “Boo.”
She accessorized the strappy outfit with white garters on her thighs and tall gold shoes that matched the belt buckle details. It happened just hours before she was set to perform at a music festival, and she was joined by Miley Cyrus, 28, who sprinted out onstage at Austin City Limits.
The singer of “Wrecking Ball” came up from backstage to surprise Megan in the middle of her concert, according to a fan video. Megan was taken aback, and the two twerked together as the crowd applauded them. In a new Nike ad, the “Savage” rapper talked about dancing for the first time.
Megan told the experience of growing up as a tall girl with an athletic body and how many people encouraged her to pursue basketball or volleyball in a promotional film uploaded on Nike’s Instagram page. Megan remarked, “I tried them all, but they just weren’t for me.” “I knew I needed to discover MY passion and pursue what made ME happy.”
The Grammy winner explained that she eventually decided to pursue dancing and recognized that it was her sport. “Dance is my sport,” she says. My sport is performing. My sport is rapping. And if you think this doesn’t require any effort or sweat, you’re mistaken.”
“Dance was something that stuck with me and sat right in my spirit,” she concluded. First and foremost, I adore my body. That is the first. I’m voluptuous, stocky, and tall. But I want to make sure I’m staying healthy, both mentally and physically.” “Real Hotties encourage other Hotties,” the Houston, Texas native continued, encouraging athletes of all types to “spray positivity.” The message is fantastic!