Roommates, as we have seen time and time again, social media is a breeding ground for celebrity criticism — and while many A-listers choose not to respond, some, like Megan Thee Stallion, use the opportunity to clap back. Following the release of her recent Nike ad, a social media commentator decided to let their feelings be known about Megan Thee Stallion … and she responded with plenty of shadow.
When a comment on Twitter read, “Stop following celebrities who are constantly talking about ‘Mindfulness’ and ‘Vibes.’ Practice judgment and most importantly do not get so easily misled! Use swear words during mediation and random sounds. Who in the world can meditate on that? Recognize meditation IS NO GAME. “Megan Thee Stallion was ready will a long clapback.
She wrote the following in response:
“Constant? The message in the video is, even though you may be going through a hard time, it will not last long … You guys are so fake waking up on this app that it’s ridiculous. Idgaf how you feel about my music, it obviously makes SOMEONE feel good about themselves. Stop talking to people you do not know … stop worrying about what has nothing to do with you … stop talking about it ** you do not like to stop talking to folks, you do not want an answer from … like duh. ”
Megan The Stallion’s Nike ad, which urged its fans, known as “Hotties”, to embrace the practice of meditation and mindfulness, was released earlier this month.
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