Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘BOA’ Single Takes Anime Fans On A Wild Ride With Crazy Visuals!

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

In her new video for “Boa,” Megan Thee Stallion plays a venomous game character you don’t mess with.

Hold onto your seats because Megan Thee Stallion is back with another swaggering new single! But that’s not all; she’s also preparing to embark on a thrilling tour on May 14. 

The excitement is building up, and fans can’t wait to see her live performances.

On May 03, Megan Thee Stallion announced her new single, “BOA,” with iconic cover art featuring her and a symbolic serpent, a nod to her chart-topping track “Hiss.”

Before releasing her anime-themed single, Megan became Satoru Gojo from Jujutsu Kaisen for the 2024 Crunchyroll Anime Awards.

On Instagram, Stallion revealed she had arrived in Japan by cosplaying as the beloved Jujutsu Sorcerer. “We made it to Japan,” Stallion declared, donning a stylish replica of Gojo’s outfit.

The Stallion’s outfit is similar to Gojo’s dark blue zip-up jacket. Still, it is made of leather and exposes the midriff. Her long, dark hair has been dyed white. Like the Jujutsu instructor, Stallion can be seen wearing stylish glasses or a blindfold to protect her eyes.

That venom Megan Thee Stallion is spewing this Friday, May 10, is crazy. In keeping with the snake theme, Meg leaves the haters in the dust as she aims at those who try to dissect everything she does.

“I’m taking shots, I’m taking spots/ I see the shade, then they get blocked/ They see the chain, then they go blind/ I know I’m different, I’m one of a kind/ I took off on b—-s and left ’em behind/ How do you hate me if I’m on your mind?” she rapped.

The Houston rapper released “Cobra” last year, a song that advocates for mental health and opens up about the trauma she went through the previous four years. She mentioned her infamous breakup with Pardi

 She released “Hiss” earlier this year, criticizing people for betraying her and subtly making fun of her while she was in agony, including sparking a war with nemesis Nicki Minaj, when she referenced the sex offenders law, Megan Law.

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