Megan Thee Stallion has denounced criticism of “false alarm clocks” on Twitter.
The 26-year-old rap star hit back after Nike’s Thee Hottie Handbook – Megan’s new ad campaign that emphasizes mindfulness – was described as a “front” and “b ****** t ”by a Twitter reviewer.
In response to the ad campaign, @serenajupiter wrote on the microblogging platform: “Stop following celebrities who constantly talk about ‘Mindfulness’ and ‘Vibes’.
“See through the B ***** t. Practice discernment and above all stop being so easily misled! (Sic)”
It wasn’t long before the ‘Hot Girl Summer’ hitmaker returned online.
Megan insisted that she was trying to help her fans feel good about themselves and upbeat in life in general.
The rapper wrote: “Constantly? The message from the video is that while you might be going through a rough time, it won’t last long… You’ve all woken up to this app so falsely that it’s ridiculous. my music is obviously to make SOMEBODY feel good.
“Stop talking to people you don’t know… stop worrying about stuff that has nothing to do with you… stop talking about stuff you don’t like stop talking to people you don’t like I don’t want a response from… like duh (sic) “
Megan – who has more than six million Twitter followers – later insisted that she uses social media to stay on top of the things that fascinate and excite her.
The chart-topping rap star – who has over 25 million Instagram followers – wrote, “My Instagram crawl page is full of puppies and makeup. Bc, I keep up with what I love (sic) “
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