Megan Thee Stallion has made herself into a real-life Wonder Woman. She can do just about anything she puts her mind to. By someone being so strong-willed and determined, it seems like she has her entire life figured out. She’s a natural-born leader. Though, even the strongest of us have their downfalls. While Megan Thee Stallion appears as a confident person, she admits she has faults as well. During a recent interview, the rapper shared that her recent LP Traumazine lets people get a rare look at the real Megan.
Meet The Female Rapper’s True Self
Everybody says being yourself is the best way for people to get to know us. However, revealing our true selves isn’t something that works in everyone’s favor. Fortunately, for Megan Thee Stallion, the decision to do away with her alter-egos has benefited the rapper greatly.
During an interview with The New York Magazine, the Good News rapper revealed that she used her stage name and alter-egos to protect herself from the world. Furthermore, the Houston rapper really enjoyed working on her latest project Traumazine because she could be herself. “I love this album because it’s just me talking. It’s just Megan.” Clearly, the rapper wanted to make the album a more honest and rawer project.
Megan Thee Stallion Takes Control Of Her Narrative
In addition to forging an honest project, the 27-year-old sought control over her own narrative. Furthermore, Megan Thee Stallion made it clear that she’s not willing to let everyone decide who or what she should be. “I have to tell my own story the way I feel like it should be told. I can’t leave my fate in anybody else’s hands,” the rapper said during her interview with The New York Magazine. If there’s one thing fans know about Megan Thee Stallion, it’s that she’s never let anyone have control over her life. In any case, the rapper controls her future, no matter what Tory Lanez or the haters have to say.