Megan Thee Stallion to Appear in Marvel’s ‘She-Hulk’

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Houston rapper Megan Thee Stallion has already clocked up a bunch of awards this year — but she may be raking in a few acting trophies as the “Thot Sh-t” rapper is rumored to be turning her attention back to acting.

According to the Youtube channel “Everything Always,” Meg will be making an appearance in the live-action legal comedy “She-Hulk.”

“So again, this is coming from one of my very own sources here at the channel in an exclusive,” host Michael Roman revealed. “We are happy to report that Megan Thee Stallion has indeed joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe and will be showing up on Disney+ in the future She-Hulk series.”

Last year, Meg played Onyx in a 2020 episode of “Good Girls.”

But we will be seeing a lot of Thee Stallion.

In May, Snapchat announced the news of Megan Thee Stallion’s pet series, “Off the Leash with Megan Thee Stallion.”

The upcoming show is in partnership with Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s Westbrook production company. It will be an interview-based show where celebrities and their pets will join Meg, who will interview them “in a way that only Megan can.”

“What’s up hotties, it’s Megan Thee Stallion aka the hot girl coach, and as ya’ll all know, I am one of the best dog moms ever…on the planet, the whole entire planet,” Meg says in a clip posted to her social media.

It’s the summer and Megan’s new video “Thot Sh-t,” a female empowerment cut, has been climbing up the charts. The self-proclaimed “girl’s girl” often speaks on the importance of supporting other women in the industry.

“It is important for me to be known as a girl’s girl because a lot of times the industry tries to paint it like women don’t support each other…that girls can’t be in the same field without being competitive and catty,” she says in a recent interview with Yahoo Entertainment. “But me, I love all the girls and I want everybody to know I don’t believe in that.”

“I am in my own lane, you are in your lane, and, you know, I appreciate good music,” she adds. “All these women.”

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