Megan Thee Stallion celebrated her birthday on Monday (Feb. 15) with fresh bars and salty takes on the new song “Southside Forever Freestyle.” The three-minute burner built on a track from LilJuMadeDaBeat and Juicy J opens with Meg posting a warning to anyone out there who still thinks they want to take her on.
“Please, b–tch, do not try to cap on me/ Like I ain’t the hottest out naturally/ I go anywhere in my T-shirt and chain, ho, killin’ s–t casually/ Like I ain’t the hardest in Houston/ Like b–ches ain’t hangin’ to use me/ Like n–gas ain’t beggin’ to do me/ rom ballers to rappers, they b–ches included, huh,” she raps over the menacing, slow-rolling beat. In the video Meg keeps her style simple, opting for a backwards ball cap, black and red bikini top and jeans while rocking a spare set that includes a DJ setup and some basic stage lights.
Along the way, the rapper who turned 26 on Monday pays homage to her mother and granny and winds the three-minute track down by dropping a reference to her given name: Tina Snow. On Monday it also appeared that she flipped her social media accounts to her birth name as well. The Houston MC, who dropped her debut album, Good News, last fall, is featured alongside Doja Cat on The “34+35” remix from Ariana Grande.
Watch “Southside Forever” Freestyle below.