Megan Thee Stallion has been saying for years, that she has never gotten any plastic surgery - to alter her body.

Well a new picture was just released that seems to challenge Megan's assertion that her body is 100% natural.

A popular Twitter account associated with Cardi B just posted a pic that they claim shows Megan "before" she got her breasts and her butt done.

In the picture, Megan is wearing a jacket covering her top, so it's not entirely clear what her body looks like underneath it. 

But her breasts do seem flatter than we expected to see. And Megan doesn't have any hips in the image either.

According to the poster, the image was taken before Megan's team began pushing her new "hot girl" image.

Here's the pic:

MEGAN BEFORE ALL THE SURGERIES - IMAGE

And here's what Megan looks like now, after all the alleged surgeries:

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If you’ve logged onto Twitter or swiped through your Instagram at any point this summer, you’ve definitely seen a post declaring it’s a hot girl summer. The now-ubiquitous phrase, a call to live your most confident and unapologetic life, was coined in the early months of the season by Houston rapper Megan Thee Stallion, whose colorful monikers for herself also include “the H-Town Hottie” and “Hot Girl Meg.”

“Hot girl summer,” a seasonal riff on Megan’s trademark boast of doing “real hot girl sh-t” year-round, acts as both a motto and a missive to her loyal fanbase (nearly 4 million across Instagram and Twitter), affectionately referred to as the “hotties.” Contrary to what one might assume when hearing “hot girl,” the lifestyle is not focused on aspiring towards conventional beauty or influencer clout. Instead, it’s an embrace of confidence at its most essential: loving who you are and doing what you want, without caring what others think.

In an interview with The Root, Megan, who was born Megan Pete and currently balances her booming rap career with online college courses at Texas Southern University, noted that hot girl summer is for “women — and men — having a good-a– time, hyping up your friends, doing you and not giving a damn what anybody has to say about it.” Later, the 24-year-old rapper, whose braggadocious, self-actualized rap persona follows in the legacy of Lil’Kim, Missy Elliott and Trina, took to her Twitter to offer a clear definition of what being a hot girl is really about.