- Megan Thee Stallion took to Twitter recently to share snaps of herself donning an unusual designer jumpsuit
- Social media users have shared mixed reactions to Megan's body-hugging outfit
- Many tweeps asked the rapper if she was able to walk with the strange bodysuit on
Megan Thee Stallion recently took to social media to share snaps of herself wearing a body-hugging jumpsuit. The rapper took to Twitter on Monday, 30 November and posted two pics while wearing the unusual skintight bodysuit.
The Savage hitmaker's fans loved the outfit showing off her body but some social media users were not impressed with the bottom part of the jumpsuit.
Many asked themselves whether Hot Girl Meg could walk in her strange designer outfit. While her fans were blown away by their fave's pics, some tweeps decided to drag her.
Tweeps took to Megan's comment section to share their thoughts on her snaps, especially the bottom part of her jumpsuit. Check out some of their comments below:
"You’re so damn fine."
"God I love you so much I would do anything for you."
"I love Meg but Americans get away with anythingggg, like what was the concept?"
"Giiigrrll, I KNOW you can’t walk in that!"
"Baby it looks like you got a big resistance leg band around your leg. Fire that careless person who thought this was a good idea. Your body is too amazing for that kind of wack design."
"Meg you look hot as hell but these photoshoots go crazy, lmao. How do you walk in that!?"
"Okay, you look good but what is that bottom part."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that actress Nambitha Ben-Mazwi has bagged an international award. The stunner took to Instagram recently to share that she was off to fetch an international award.
The star was chosen as one of the recipients of the 6th annual Panache Women Of Wonder Awards. Nambitha wrote:
"Honoured is an understatement. Being recognized globally as a women of excellence and for my work in women empowerment is truly the confirmation I needed in my calling and purpose in leaving a legacy. Thank you Jesus."
The ceremony is an international platform focused on recognising 50 strong women who are making a mark in their respective crafts. Nambitha dedicated her win to her family.
"Mama gave birth and raised a Woman of Wonder and daddy stays in awe of her. This win goes out to my family. The reason I am who I am today."
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Source: Briefly News