As we’ve seen time and time again, social media is a fertile ground for celebrity criticism—and while many A-listers choose not to reply, others, like Megan Thee Stallion, take advantage of the opportunity. Following the publication of Megan Thee Stallion’s recent Nike ad, a social media commenter chose to express their opinions about her… She retaliated with a barrage of shadow. When a Twitter user wrote, “Stop following celebs who continuously talk about “Mindfulness” and “Vibes.” It’s all a ruse, especially since their own music’s frequency is at an all-time low. See through the nonsense.
Practice discernment, and above all, avoid being so easily led astray! During mediation, there was swearing and odd noises. Who on earth is capable of meditating to that? Recognize that meditation is not a sport.” Megan Thee Stallion was prepared to respond with a long clapback. She responded with the following: “Constantly? The video’s theme is that even if you’re going through a difficult period, it won’t stay long… It’s disgusting how phony woke y’all are on this app. I have no idea how YOU feel about my music, but it clearly makes SOMEONE feel good about themselves.
Stop talking about people you’ve never met… Stop worrying about things that have nothing to do with you… Stop talking about s**t you don’t like, and don’t talk to folks you don’t want to hear from… duh.” Megan The Stallion’s Nike commercial, which encourages her “Hotties” to practice meditation and mindfulness, was unveiled earlier this month.