Megan Thee Stallion thinks fans instigate feuds between female rappers
Megan Thee Stallion recently appeared on City Girls' Yung Miami's Revolt TV show, Caresha Please, where she spoke about how female rappers relate.
She began by citing her first encounter with Cardi B and how they've remained friends. “I love her, she's so easy to work with, so fun to work with, it was just easy,” she said. “But when we first met we was both like, ‘We good? Everything okay?' We was just trying to feel each other out but when we finally met in person I was like, ‘Ok like we good. You cool, I'm cool, let's do it, and ever since then we just been cool.”
She added, “I feel like this generation of girls is kinda reminding of how the girls was in the '90s…it's starting to get back like that. There's no need for nobody to be mad at nothing. It's pointless cause we all are different. Nobody rap like the City Girls and if you try and rap like City Girls it's very apparent. Nobody rap like me, nobody rap like Cardi, nobody rap like Coi, nobody rap like nobody.
“We all got our own lane and I feel like that's what's so beautiful about us right now. I feel like it be the fans more so than anybody, they keep it up more than actual artists, and they got the world thinking something that's not happening.”