Megan Thee Stallion covered the March edition of Rolling Stone’s ‘Women Shaping the Future’ magazine with fellow music artists Normani and SZA. 

She sat down with Rolling Stone and discussed growing up, the rap industry, and also the definition of what “Stallion” means and why it’s included in her name. 

The ‘Big Ol’ Treat’ rapper stated that it wasn’t until she was 15-years-old that she was referred to as being a stallion.  She went home and had to get clarification from her uncle about what it meant. He told her it meant she was “tall and fine”.’
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The Hot Girl stated:

“The first time I was ever called a Stallion, I was 15, and I was leaving a football game. This dude-he was way older- He was like , ‘Dang lil’ mama! You’re a stallion,’ and ‘I was like UH! UH! Go to jail I’m 15!’ I really started going off cuz he scared me. So I had to go home and ask my uncle!”

She continued:

“Uncle, what is a stallion and why that man call me that?’ He was like, ‘Oh,Megan, that means you’re tall and you’re fine.’ ”

Meg replied, “Oh, yeah! I am that!”

As you know the anime loving rapper is from Houston, TX, and in the South it’s meant as a compliment.  That’s something that men say to describe a woman with long legs. Most times, this woman is also thick or ‘slim thick,’ as we often say in the Black community. We really have our own lingo. I love it!

Roomies, does “Stallion” have the same meaning where you stay?