Megan Thee Stallion has skyrocketed to fame over the past few years and her hard work has paid off. Just one artist away from headlining the Coachella Valley Arts & Music Festival on Saturday night (April 16), the Roc Nation rapper sailed through her set, which included hit songs such as “Body,” “Savage” and “Sweetest Pie,” her collaboration with Dua Lipa.
The Houston native also debuted a snippet of a new single possibly titled “To Whom The Fuck It May Concern.” She began by telling the cheering crowd, “This song is very muthafuckin’ personal to me, and it’s to whom the fuck it may concern.”
The song, clearly dedicated to an ex-boyfriend, samples Jodeci’s 1995 “Freek’n You” remix featuring Wu-Tang Clan. But fans think it’s a full-blown Tory Lanez diss track.
“You a fuck n-gga/Still can’t believe I used to fuck with ya,” she raps. “Poppin’ Plan Bs ’cause I ain’t plan to be stuck with ya/Bam, I see you still kick’ it with them opp bitches/I’m the only reason your groupie ass got bitches/All them hoes wanna be like me/Bitch, most likely only fuckin’ you to spite me.”
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Almost immediately, Twitter started to explode with reactions to the song. Tory Lanez and Megan Thee Stallion have been embroiled in a contentious legal battle since she accused him of shooting her in July 2020. Earlier this month, Lanez was remanded to jail during a court hearing for violating one of the conditions of his release. The judge determined he’d disobeyed the court by subtweeting Megan Thee Stallion in February.
Interestingly enough, the unreleased track includes a line about “dick don’t run me,” which could be interpreted as a response to Lanez’s tweet, “Good dick had me fucking 2 best friends … and I got caught … that’s what I apologized 4…it’s sick how U spun it though.”
Only days later after posting $350,000 in bail, Lanez resurfaced with a song called “Mucky James” in which appeared to address their court case against judge’s orders, something he denied. Twitter thinks Megan did the same thing with the Coachella performance. “Not Megan eating Tory Lanez up on her new song,” one person wrote,” while another said, “Tory Lanez made Megan Thee Stallion so mad that she over there rapping at Coachella like Tupac & Lil Kim in her new song.”
Fans might be able to get their hands on the track sooner than later. As Megan Thee Stallion wrote in the Instagram caption, “I performed a snippet of my unreleased song at Coachella last night. I see y’all saying y’all want it … maybe I should just gone headdd release this #hottiechella.”
In the meantime, check out some of the reactions below.
The Judge when Megan drops a diss track about Tory Lanez at Coachella… VS Tory Lanez responding to her rants on Twitter pic.twitter.com/8xwUYWbxJu
— WIZZY (@itzwizzy2x) April 17, 2022
have the Coachella livestream on another tab cus I ain't tryna watch Megan and eff my Ramadhan up. It's feeling like a proper Tory Lanez diss track btw
— NOT:AIZAT (@iamnotaizat) April 17, 2022
So Megan's Diss track talking bout how good she sucked him off in the morning? Ion know but I think that sounded like a w for Tory…
He can get that else where lmao
— ? Lil ⓮ (@YungTjacy) April 17, 2022
So Megan the stallion can make a diss song about Tory lanez but Tory lanez can’t speak about anything??? What the fuck kinda bullshit is the industry on right now honestly
— bran. (@lilsmokeOTW) April 17, 2022
How can Mr Megan Thee Stallion perform a diss song but Tory Lanez isn’t allowed to say “U” in a tweet with out getting arrested ??♂️ pic.twitter.com/5OqNuMgekU
— Amadi The Ruler (@amaditheruler) April 17, 2022
Megan Thee Stallion drops a diss track on Tory Lanez at #Coachella : “Queen. Purr. Slayyyeeddd.”
Tory Lanez responds to her rants and allegations on Twitter: pic.twitter.com/EwJ1aeOhxa
— WIZZY (@itzwizzy2x) April 17, 2022
i enjoyed megan’s set that new song she previewed has tory lanez diss all over it she gagged him ?
— jordy. (@googIemebitch) April 17, 2022
Nah, that new Megan Thee Stallion previewed at Coachella was tough. Giving me Biggie- Warning vibes.
— ᴘʀʏɴᴄᴘʟ (@PRYNCPL) April 17, 2022