Megan Thee Stallion Is A Savage Hot Girl On Eazy-E-Sampled Single "Girls In The Hood"

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Megan Thee Stallion taps an Eazy-E classic to deliver her bossy single "Girls in the Hood."

As Eazy-E's daughter fight it out on Instagram, Megan Thee Stallion remains unbothered. The Texas rapper unknowingly caused controversy on Thursday (June 25) after she shared a snippet of her single "Girls in the Hood." Megan Thee Stallion posted a video of herself twerking to the beat of her latest track—a song that samples Eazy-E's 1987 debut single "Boyz-n-the-Hood." The track is a classic hip hop hit, and the late rapper's daughters ReeMarkable, Ebie, and Erica have been airing out family business on social media.

While the ladies speak about whether or not artists should sample their father's music and argue about their personal concerns, Megan Thee Stallion continued to keep quiet as she anticipated her song's release. The track clearly pays homage to Eazy-E, and Meg has fun spitting bossy lyrics that her fans have grown to love. We're still awaiting news about her next project, so as soon as we hear more about that, we'll keep you in the loop. In the meantime, check out Megan Thee Stallion dropping bars on "Girls in the Hood" and let us know what you think.

Quotable Lyrics

B*tch you better hope I never run across your man
In the mall wit' him
Imma have a ball wit' him
Somebody call Rihanna Imma buy some draws wit' him
He f*ckin' wit' the Stallion 'cause he into wild women

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