Megan Thee Stallion Reveals Beyoncé Asked Her To Clean Up Explicit Verse On “Savage” Remix

Megan Thee Stallion has been making waves in the music industry. Her collaboration with Beyoncé on the “Savage” Remix was undoubtedly one of her biggest career moments. In a recent ELLE interview, Meg opened up about her experience working with Queen Bey and revealed that she changed her verse on the song immediately after Beyoncé asked her to clean it up.

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The revelation came during ELLE’s “Hot List” segment, where Meg highlighted her top career moments. The “Savage” Remix collaboration with Beyoncé was undoubtedly a standout moment for the rapper, and she was happy to share some behind-the-scenes details about the experience.

According to Meg, Beyoncé requested that she clean up her verse on the song. Without hesitation, Meg went into her living room, recorded a new verse, and returned it to Beyoncé immediately. “Beyoncé didn’t have to tell me twice,” Meg said in the interview.

It’s not uncommon for artists to ask their fellow collaborators to change their verses, but the fact that Meg made the change immediately after Queen Bey’s request, shows her respect and admiration for the iconic artist. Beyoncé’s request also shows the level of professionalism and attention to detail she brings to her collaborations.

The fact that Meg and Beyoncé were able to work together on a remix of “Savage” during quarantine speaks to the resilience and creativity of artists during these unprecedented times. The song became a massive hit, earning Meg her first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and earning praise from fans and critics alike.

Meg Breaks Her Silence

Megan Thee Stallion appeared to be in high spirits during her interview with ELLE. Prior to the video interview, she finally broke her silence in a written article with ELLE about her shooting controversy and lawsuit with Tory Lanez. She also had her first performance since the incident in her hometown of Houston, Texas.

Add’l Reporting By: Journey Green and Nicole Bartley