Megan Thee Stallion Addresses Past Homophobic Tweet Again
Megan Thee Stallion has addressed her past homophobic tweet that resurfaced on the internet, and in doing so, has reiterated the idea that the past tweets don't represent her current beliefs.
"I’ve already apologized for tweets that obviously do not represent my views now," Meg tweeted on Thursday afternoon (June 27). "I don’t do nothing but show love to everyone so just stop."
Meg's tweet arrives after someone on the internet did some digging into the 2019 XXL Freshman's tweets from before she was famous and found a 2011 post where she used the word "faggot." The screenshot of the aforementioned tweet went viral last summer. Shortly after the tweet surfaced, Meg apologized.
"I grew up& learned how to not be insensitive," Meg wrote. "I don't judge anyone I accept everyone as they are no matter their color or sexual preference."
In unrelated news, Meg is gearing up to hit the road this summer with Meek Mill and Future on their co-headlining Legendary Nights tour. The trek kicks off in St. Louis, Mo. in August and wraps in Las Vegas at the top of October, and will also include YG and Mustard as opening acts.
You can view the original tweet, Meg's apology and her subsequent response to a fan bringing up the tweet again for yourself below.
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