Celebrity documentaries have grown in popularity lately, and Megan Thee Stallion is jumping in on the trend. The untitled film could clear up tons of speculation and answer many burning questions from fans.
After Kanye’s documentary, more celebrities have been giving fans a closer peak into their lives behind the scenes.
Megan Thee Stallion will be among the celebrities to do so, and the film could answer some questions fans may want to know.
Recently, Megan announced to her Hottie fans on Twitter, after receiving multiple tweets asking about more episodes to her popular Hottie World YouTube Series.
The “Sweetest Pie” rapper teased that her team is preparing for something bigger.
The Documentary could reference viral moments throughout her career. She lost her mom back in 2019, quickly after she gained popularity with her single “Big Ole Freak.”
Megan was always seen out in public with her mother, and she continues to keep her memory alive.
Furthermore, the Houston artist also received several significant awards in her career. From her first Grammy win to earning the key to the city of her hometown, Megan has seen many accomplishments since she’d been making music.
In addition, she also faced a few other setbacks. When she started making music, she referred to herself as the 1501 Queen, but after legal disputes, she has been battling to get out of the contract with the entertainment company.
She asked for $1 million in damages to leave the company, after finally finishing her end of the deal.
Fans may also want the scoop on the 2020 shooting incident involving Tory Lanez.
Since the alleged shooting, the two have gone back and forth, denying each other’s stories.
The case remains ongoing in court.
Tory Lanez’s Legal Team File Motion Suggesting Evidence Show Meg Thee Stallion’s Shooting Statement Doesn’t Add Up
The legal drama between rap crooner Tory Lanez and Megan Thee Stallion is heating up.
Documents have surfaced online and show TL’s legal team filed a motion on his behalf, arguing evidence suggests Stallion’s statements in July 2020 might be contradictory.
The motion also acknowledged Meg exploding on Twitter over reports claiming the case had been dropped.
Lanez’s legal team wants an even playing field considering Stallion publicly said he’s responsible for shooting her.