Megan Thee Stallion is at it again but this time, she’s wearing an outfit that’s so tiny her curves are pouring out of it. The 25-year-old rapper slipped into a pair of tan short shorts and a matching crop top that struggled to keep her girls in place while doing Instagram’s latest dance challenge, created after she dropped her song, “Captian Hook.” Megan Thee Stallion performed the choreographed dance with her girlfriend and didn’t miss a beat, but it was hard to focus on anything else but her bouncing curves.
The “Hot Girl Summer” rapper proved she’s fit all year round, flaunting her flat stomach in the crop top and showing off her super toned legs. Of course, she threw her own unique spin on The Captian Hook Challenge and took it to a new R-rated version. “#captainhookchallenge Y’all want the music video 👀,” Megan Thee Stallion joked with fans. People are LOVING this video and within one day it’s caught nearly 3 million likes and thousands of comments for the superstar.
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Her followers could barely contain their excitement over Megan Thee Stallion’s video and admitted to being caught in her trance. “Them thangs thangin 😍,” one person wrote on the video. “Thanks for the visual sis,” commented another. “This video just made my whole day,” added a third. Megan Thee Stallion’s Captain Hook Challenge comes just days after the rapper scored a victory against her record label in court. As The Blast reported, a Texas judge shut down her record label, 1501 Certified Entertainment, and label head Carl Crawford, denying the emergency motion they filed against the star earlier this month.
1501 Certified Entertainment tried to stop Megan Thee Stallion from releasing any new music without their permission. The record label claims that her contract states she can’t release new tracks without their permission. Days ago, Megan Thee Stallion sued Megan sued 1501 and Carl accusing them of using “bullying and strong-armed tactics.” After the victory, Megan Thee Stallion released “Suga.” She also addressed the lawsuit on social media and slammed J. Prince, who was involved in her deal, after he spoke out about her late mother. She wasn’t having it and the rapper warned J. Prince to “respect my deceased mother!” Megan Thee Stallion’s mom, Holly Thomas, passed away in March 2019 after battling a brain tumor.