Megan Thee Stallion was mocked after being shot. As she reclaims the narrative, Black women recognize her pain.

Posted on AllSides July 31st, 2020
From The Left

Since the release of her self-assured mix tape “Fever” last May, Megan Thee Stallion has ascended to a level of fame that is rare for emerging rappers — and rarer still for women who take on the male-dominated genre. The Internet has been integral to her rise: it’s where many fans first discovered the freestyle that put her on the map; where Megan posts playful videos shouting out her most loyal supporters (dubbed “hotties”); and where “Savage,” the third single from her most recent EP, inspired a TikTok challenge that...

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