After an historic night at the Grammys for women, especially women in rap, Megan Thee Stallion assured fans that the prestigious award ceremony is not rigged.
Some would say it was definitely Megan’s night. The H-Town Hottie walked away with three awards for best new artist, and best rap performance as well as best rap song for mega hit “Savage (Remix)” ft. Beyonce.
And even though Meg lost to Billie Eillish for the Record of the Year award, Billie surprisingly dedicated her award to Megan during her acceptance speech, letting Megan know that it should have been hers.
As Megan came down from all the Black Girl Magic that ensued during the evening, paparazzi caught up with her in the aftermath and she shared her thoughts about a few things.
Megan shared she was completely in the dark about her big wins. She also shut speculations down that the Grammys are rigged.
“Hell no the Grammys ain’t rigged,” Megan responded to a paparazzo. “B***h, you win some, you lose some.”
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That may have been Meg’s way of saying try harder next year but it’s clear there are many music fans that have that sentiment, specifically speaking to the Weeknd being snubbed this year.
But Megan made it clear that she’s a Weeknd stan and it was all love.
The Weeknd garnered no nominations despite his chart-topping hit “Blinding Lights” being a favorite of critics and fans alike.
It was still an historic night, with Megan and Beyonce being the first female artists to win a Grammy for best rap song, not to mention Beyonce broke the record for most Grammys won by a female artist.
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