Megan Thee Stallion Sends Powerful Message During ‘SNL’ Performance

Hot girl Meg has been through a lot lately and is coming back stronger than ever with a powerful message to go along with it. Last night was the return of the sketch comedy show ‘SNL.’ Comedian and actor Chris Rock hosted the season 46 premiere. Meg began her set with her mega hit “Savage” with a memo for Kentucky’s Attorney General. During her performance she and her dancers wore black and white bodysuits with the background reading “Protect Black Women”. Of course it wouldn’t be a Megan Thee Stallion performance without her infamous booty shaking and twerking skills showcasing her hella strong knees.

Despite the fun-loving performance, Megan was eager to get her point across. Mid performance the rapper viewed messages pertaining to the pain, struggle and backlash black women receive on a daily basis by simply being who they are. How they aren’t accepted in America and how disrespected black women are. An audio clip from Malcolm X played from his 1962 speech “Who Taught You to Hate Yourself?” “The most disrespected, unprotected, neglected person in America is the black women.” Immediately after, more audio played, this time of activist Tamika Mallory criticizing Daniel Cameron who is the Attorney General of Kentucky.

Megan Thee Stallion SNL Performance

Cameron made the decision a couple of weeks ago to only charge one of the three officers in the death of Breonna Taylor. Megan resumed her act with the remainder of Savage then ended with her fist up in the air. She later returned to perform “Don’t Stop” with cameo of featured rapper Young Thug. The “Hot Girl Summer” rapper was also included in two skits as well. She showed us a funny side of her with Pete Davidson and Chris Redd. Take a look at one of the skits below.

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