Megan Thee Stallion Halts Concert Over Smoking Fans: ‘If I Get High…The Show Is Over’

by Grace Somes
Megan Thee Stallion and dancers || Image credit: @theestallion

The rapper “Savage” threatened to end her performance early if the crowd didn’t give up their lighters and weed.

Megan Thee Stallion paused her performance to address an issue that she felt was jeopardizing the enjoyment and safety of her performance: fans smoking marijuana in the crowd.

The Hot Girl Summer has been hot on fans’ lips. Recently, many pointed out how Megan Thee Stallion performed her hit song “Realer” without saying “Free JT” during her Huston stop.

The incident happened during Megan’s thrilling performance, characterized by her signature high-energy style. But astute observers and perceptive listeners soon noted that the customary shout-out to the once-incarcerated JT of the City Girls was conspicuously missing. The song’s signature line, “Free JT,” has been there since its debut and represents the public’s support for JT amid her legal issues.

Some speculate that it could be because of the need to remain impartial or for legal reasons. Others speculate that there might be conflict between the two rappers because of internet rumors of a possible split.

And now another exciting incident from one of the BOA hitmaker’s performances is going viral online.

The viral clip shows the rapper allegedly observing a considerable amount of smoking in the venue. However, the specifics are a little hazy.

The incident happened during her thrilling performance, which was attended by thousands of enthusiastic fans who enthusiastically sang along to every word. Megan stopped the music and spoke up at the microphone when she noticed smoke coming from different places in the audience.

“It’s hot,” Megan Thee Stallion began, her stern and concerned voice. “No, don’t turn the fan on. I said don’t blow that weed by me.”

She warned the audience that if the smoking continued, she would be forced to stop the show altogether.

“I don’t want to be high,” she continued. “If I get high, the show is over. I’m going to the hospital,”

Although there was a mixed response from the crowd, many fans valued and laughed along with her candor.

Reactions to the event quickly flooded social media, with some wondering about smoking policies in arenas.

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