Phaedra Parks is another celebrity who decided to praise Megan Thee Stallion‘s SNL performance. Check out the clip and message she shared on her social media account.
‘#Speak on it @theestallion 👸🏽🗣✊🏾 #megantheestallion #SNL #protectblackwomen #vote,’ Phaedra captioned her post.
Someone said: ‘Love the message dont agree with who giving it. She cosigns her friends to threaten and bully her ex-best friend Kelsey. I don’t respect that and allow ppl to shame and bully tory, a FREE BLACK Man that hasn’t been convicted of anything!??? Nope, right message WRONG PERSON DELIVERING IT !!… NOT A FAN.’
Another follower posted this: ‘I’m all for what mts does, love her music; however, her message did not go well with the song—just my opinion. Smh,’ and someone else posted this message: ‘Umm, it’s a no for me dawg. The attempted message is cancelled out by the song lyrics. Bad juxtaposition.’
One other commenter posted this: ‘Good message followed up by a song that takes away from the message 🤦🏾♂️’ and a follower said: ‘We gotta be respectful and we have to respect ourselves first as women, and the song does not go along with this message.’
Someone else posted: ‘This was a miss 🙄 wish she would stop pushing the narrative. This is someone who can’t protect herself by filing full charges against someone she named to have shot her but is willing to let that black man be crushed underneath her weight because she doesn’t want the truth revealed 🤔 we have to stop uplifting everything and everyone because they put a black stamp on it. Megan’s songs are degrading. Our ancestors didn’t suffer and sacrificed for us to be out here, scrubbing our behinds on the floor like a mop with our butt out, hollering protect us. 🥴’
A commenter posted: ‘But very hypocritical How You Gonna Preach about Respecting Black women then sing a song about women degrading themselves 🤦♀️WAP🤔.’
Amid Megan Thee Stallion‘s performance on Saturday Night Live this weekend, the performing artist took the opportunity to call out the Kentucky Attorney General, Daniel Cameron, the New York Post reported.