Rihanna, Beyoncé send Megan Thee Stallion flowers following shooting
The rapper posted photos on Instagram of her modeling lingerie from the Savage x Fenty line.
Megan Thee Stallion is receiving an outpouring of love and support from her fellow female artists after she was allegedly shot in the feet by rapper Tory Lanez.
Beyoncé sent a note and flowers to the Houston native, which Megan shared on Instagram, along with the sales data of their “Savage (Remix).”
“Queen, Sending You All My Love. God Bless,” Beyoncé wrote.
On Tuesday, Megan posted photos on Instagram of her modeling lingerie from Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty line. Back in May, she was named brand partner, and will appear in the summer 2020 social media campaign, called #SavagexTheeStallion, Complex reports.
“Meg is the energy we were looking for,” Rihanna said in a statement. “She is a risktaker with an attitude, character, and personality.”
Of the Savage x Fenty collaboration, Megan Thee Stallion said: “I’m so excited to work with a brand that embodies diversity and celebrates women in all their glory. In my Savage x Fenty, I feel sexy, comfortable, and confident. We want all the hotties around the world to feel good about themselves exactly as they are.”
The rapper’s post on Tuesday included a photo of the flowers and a card RiRi sent her.
“Wishing you a full and speedy recovery, Meg!” the note read. “Just know you’ve got a whole crew over here sending good vibes your way! Love, Rihanna and The Fenty Corp gang.”
Meanwhile, Lizzo sent over a large dog stuffed full of sweet treats, while celebrities like Lil Yachty, 21 Savage, and Wale have expressed their support on social media.
On Tuesday, Megan opened up about the July 12 shooting in an emotional Instagram Live.
“I was shot in both of my feet, and I had to get surgery to get the shit taken out, get the bullets taken out, and it was super scary,” Meg said during the stream.
She then began to tear up, saying “I didn’t think I was gonna cry. But yeah I had to get surgery, it was super scary, it was just the worst experience of my life … it’s nothing for y’all to go and be making fake stories about,” she said.
Megan doesn’t mention Lanez during the stream, but made clear: “I didn’t put my hands on nobody. I didn’t deserve to get shot … I just want y’all to know a b*tch is alive and well and strong as f*ck and ready to get back to my regular programming with my own hot girl sh*t.”
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