Megan Thee Stallion is not for the faint of heart.
Disclaimer: Photos and language contain explicit words and mature content.
All pictures were taken by Leslie Campos.
On April 11th, Houston’s very own H-Town Hottie, Megan Thee Stallion had a hometown show at Warehouse Live. The show didn’t start until 10:30 pm but doors opened at 9 and she had fans lined up down the block waiting for her. The event was hosted by the radio station 97.9 The Box, and before she arrived the DJs, played out some fun songs to warm the crowd up with dancing. The DJs kept making statements like “You ain’t a real a** b**** if you ain’t got everything on your own” and “one time for my independent ladies,”infusing the entire event with top to bottom women empowerment and promoting independence. The ever-rising rap star played to a diverse sold-out show. She was amazing at keeping the energy up. When she came out the atmosphere changed to that of something more aggressive and powerful.
Megan Thee Stallion is not shy by any means, and she was more than happy to share her free spirit and the confidence she has with her sensuality with everyone there. She also made mention about college students, giving TSU and UH a shoutout (And maybe I’m a little biased but I might have heard a few more cougars than tigers). Then she said, “Wow we got some educated p**** up in here. Smart p****.” In saying that she further emphasized that being an educated and independent woman is also a critical part of her image and brand. And lastly, before the show ended, Megan paid a small tribute to her late mother, letting the crowd know how important her support system was in her life. She stated, “I’m not going to cancel any shows because I know that’s not what my momma would want.” I am proud to have seen the levels that Megan Thee Stallion has reached, and I am excited knowing that there is just the beginning and there’s still so much more room left for her to grow and flourish.