Megan Thee Stallion Instagram Live videos constantly clogging up on our timelines.
Best-known for her TikTok sensation ‘Savage’, the rapper has taken the music game by storm in 2020.
After the loss of her dad at a very young age Meg still has the drive of a lion, and here’s what happened.
Megan Thee Stallion on Instagram Live
Over 177k of Megs’s fans, who she refers to as her ‘hotties’, joined her Instagram Live last night (Monday, July 27th) to hear the singer’s first emotional Livestream after getting shot in both feet on July 12th.
On that night, Meg and her female friend were in a car with rapper Tory Lanez, where she is seen to exit the vehicle limping and leaving footprints of blood.
Tory was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon later that night while Meg spoke on the Insta Live about having surgery to take the bullets out of her feet.
The singer got emotional when speaking about her dad, num, and nan watching over her as guardian angels, ensuring that no bullets touched her vital bones, organs, or tendons.
Megan on losing her dad
Megan lost her dad when she was 15, and such loss at a very young age was heartbreaking for Meg. Meg’s father, Joe Pete, died in 2011, and in April 2020, Meg told Marie Claire:
“My dad was definitely my best friend, but for the first eight years of my life, he was in jail. When he got out, we were together every day.”
The way her father loved and respected women mean Megan refuses to be disrespected.
“I saw how he treated my mom, and I saw how my dad treated me,” she explains. “I have so many strong positive influences. I’m not going to lower my standards.”
It is a very private matter as to the facts of his death, however, Meg described him as a “fulltime hustler”.
How Megan’s mom passed away
As a child, Megan grew up in the recording studios with her mum. After realising she had inherited her mother’s talent, they made a ploy for Meg to finish her degree at Texas Southern University before pursuing music at 21.
Thee Stallions mum, Holly Thomas, died in March 2019 after battling brain cancer. Meg wants to carry on with her last year of university to make her mum proud.
Her grandmother died two-weeks after her mum and as the people who raised Meg it was a massive loss, but it made her desire to succeed only increase.