Megan Thee Stallion has remained relatively low-key during the aftermath of the Tory Lanez trial — which he ultimately lost last December — and despite fans’ request for some new music, the Houston native says she’s putting her mental health first.
In an interview with InStyle magazine, published on Tuesday (May 30), the Tina Snow rapper opened up about her new partnership with Revlon, as well as her absence from social media and the music scene.
Right now, the Houston Hottie seems to be in her healing era, which is why she isn’t releasing any new music right now. “Fans can expect new music when I’m in a better place,” she told InStyle. “Right now, I’m focused on healing.”
Megan revealed that she’s spent her days being a dog mom, working out, bingeing TV shows, and more. For her, it’s about “protecting her peace.”
“The music and entertainment industry can be a grind, so it’s important to take time off and avoid burning out,” she said. “Life is all about balance.”
After emerging victorious in the shooting trial against Lanez, the rapper was spotted outside for the first time in months back in February in celebration of her 28th birthday.
By March, she had returned to Instagram with a tantalizing photo from the Vanity Fair Oscar afterparty.
In the post, Megan puts her curves on full display and showcases her hair, which is now full of thick curls.
More recently, she was spotted having a blast with JAY-Z at one of Beyoncé‘s Paris stops on her Renaissance Tour. Hov and the “Body” rapper showed up and showed out for Queen Bey as they danced along to some of the former Destiny’s Child singer’s greatest solo hits.
This was the same concert where 11-year-old Blue Ivy Carter — the eldest daughter of JAY-Z and Beyoncé — made her dancing debut onstage with her mama during “Black Parade,” and by all accounts, she knocked it out of the park.