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Megan Thee Stallion stops by to talk to DJ Felli Fel about her upcoming project ‘Suga’, how she manages to keep real ones around her, what she plans to do with her degree when she finishes college and why Juicy J nicknamed her “Verse Killa”.
Just like us, you probably want the tea on Megan Thee Stallion’s upcoming project. Despite his pleas, Megan WOULD NOT give Felli even a line from the album. So just like us, you’ll have to wait. “I can’t give up the goodies too quick,” the Stalli said.
If you’ve been following her journey, you know Meg rose to fame fairly quickly, but she says the hardest part of adjusting to her new life has been making sure she’s only surrounded by real ones. “It’s really like just knowing who is around you, and who’s really for you and who’s really not. Because at this point in my life, I feel like people come into my life because they think it will be beneficial to them, versus they actually want to be my friend,” she explains. Then adds, “It’s hard being in this situation and meeting new people because it’s like ‘what is the agenda?’.:
She also mentions the sudden passing of her mom, which she describes as a “thing that’s really heavy all the time” but says keeping her day 1’s around has gotten her through even her darkest days. As far as if she thought her rap career would take off and if she had a plan B she says, “I’ve always had 2 plan A’s. I definitely always wanted to go to college and get my degree.” She’s currently going to school for Health Care Administration, and seems confident she will in-fact put it to use, because she plans to open assisted living facilities in Houston one day.
There is currently no release date for Suga, but she would tell us that it is the Meg sound we know and love because she is using a lot of her same producers. Expect to hear tracks from Lil Ju, Juicy J, DJ Chose, and Helluva! Meg and Juicy have worked together many times before, so much she’s even been dubbed “Verse Killa” by him. “Juicy J had asked me to get on a song, and it was ‘Three Point Stance’. And that day I went in the studio and did like 4 songs with him, and he was like ‘dang Verse Killa’ so now he call me Verse Killa! And it’s been a wrap ever since then.”
Watch Meg and Felli’s full interview below: