DaBaby On Having Sex With Megan Thee Stallion: “It Is What It Is”
This isn’t the kind of blog you’re going to see on other blogs. Not in the mood to keep in sweet and bland today.
Today’s topic is Da Baby, men, and Megan The Stallion. I’m going to tell you the story, at the end I’ll ask you a question, and I look forward to hearing your response.
The Shade Room Reports:
DaBaby is standing by his claims that he’s been sexually intimate with Megan Thee Stallion in the past. In his album teaser song Boogeyman, released last month, Da Baby rapped, “the day before she say that Tory Lanez shot her, I was f**king on Megan Thee Stallion.”
A few days after the song dropped, DaBaby released a music video featuring a cameo from a Megan look-a-like.
The song received mixed feedback online with some folks questioning the timing of the lyrics. DaBaby addressed his decision to speak on his alleged intimacy with the Houston Hottie during an interview with Ebro In The Morning released on October 25.
“The song been done forreal forreal damn near going on a year,” DaBaby said. “And when I say something, it’s gon’ go out.”
But one of the hosts didn’t easily let up on the timing question. Rosenberg pressed the rapper, asking if there was a reason why he decided to spill on the sexual encounters now.
“It is what it is,” DaBaby replied. “I said a long time ago, keep me out the business.”
DaBaby Says Megan Mention Wasn’t A Response To Anything
Despite his short answers on the topic, DaBaby clarified that his lyrics weren’t a response to any situation.
“It’s a song, it’s out right now,” he said. “N****s can take how they wanna take it. It’s a song, it’s out. It is what it is.”
After Ebro told the rapper he likes controversy, DaBaby denied the insinuation. Instead, he claimed that he “can’t duck” and isn’t afraid of controversy. When the hosts suggested that he could’ve changed the lyrics, the artist claimed that was outside of his norm.
“I don’t change lyrics though. I’m deada**, I don’t change lyrics. It don’t matter what I say,” DaBaby said. “I’m big on it, before I change a lyric, I just won’t put a song out.”
DaBaby Claims He Isn’t Trying To Bully Megan
After talking through DaBaby’s history of being controversial, Rosenberg circled back to the Megan topic. He expressed that he feels back because it seems like a lot of men are trying to gang up on and bully the Houston rapper. But, DaBaby quickly cut the host short, claiming that bullying isn’t his intention.
“That ain’t my case though. See with me it’s actually the opposite. And I don’t even want to stir all this sh*t but I’m going to respond to what you said,” DaBaby driected at Rosenberg. “With me, it’s like a motherf**ker could never like…anybody that can read in between the lines, the sh*t was really already said.”
Between 2019 and 2021, DaBaby and Megan collaborated on a few tracks, including his features on her hit songs Cry Baby and Cash Shit. At the time of publication, the Cry Baby music video had 111 million views.
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DaBaby Says Friendship With Megan Soured After Tory Released Their Collab
But months later, Tory Lanez released the song SKAT featuring DaBaby. And the collab seemingly signaled the end of Baby and Meg’s friendship.
“It becomes weird with me when a motherf**ker got a problem with me putting out a song. Well not even putting out, a n***a putting out a song that got a verse of mine,” DaBaby said on Ebro In The Morning. What you want me to do like? Based on what y’all got going on allegedly, that’s none of my business. A motherf**ker put me in their business, I didn’t involve myself.”
Days after Tory released SKAT, DaBaby’s account shared a tweet that claimed he and Tory are friends because they “both shot somebody and don’t have to do no jail time.”
After the backlash started pouring, the rapper shared a screen recording to his Twitter claiming he “ain’t retweet that silly sh*t.” Less than 20 minutes later, Megan published a subliminal tweet about men in the music industry and their private support and contradicting behavior in public.
According to the Shade Room, she then went on a back and forth subtweet fight with the Da Baby with her man Pardi jumping in, in between.
This is none of OUR business, but we can still learn something from this back and forth debate.
Da Baby, although he was sexually intimate with Megan The Stallion has zero sympathy for her. She thought they were some kind of friends, but at the end of the day she’s simply bragging rights and business to Da Baby.
Even Tory who she accused of shooting her has very little sympathy for Megan.
Are these men lacking in emotional intelligence? Why is it so okay for Hip Hop to watch these men treat her like this?
We live in a world where everything is just business and love is non-existent in most platonic and romantic relationships.
Not to mention, men gossip A LOT. You can’t let these dudes hit.
What I also noticed is that lots of time we as women think men are our friends and they are not. There are there for the sex someday…
Another thing is men are often proud to tell someone who they slept with, but women often don’t consider most men hot enough to even tell anyone about the interaction. Just like Ashanti never mentioned Irv Gotti.
All too often we don’t talk about how a number of men have shady characters, wives, sidechicks and practice behaviors that make highly confident/attractive women not proud to be with them. Yet, chicks sleep with such men anyway.
We are getting a look into the BUSINESS OF SEX & HOLLYWOOD.
Wondering if Megan feels sleep with Tory nor the baby was worth it? Neither seems to have great character. Both show time and time again they have very little respect for women.
What are your thoughts about all of this.
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