A Birmingham, Alabama radio DJ got female rapper Megan Thee Stallion to break down on radio, after he messed up and asks her about her mother.
Megan's mother - who served as her manager and inspiration - recently died. On March 22, 2019, Megan announced through an Instagram Live post that her mother and manager, Holly Thomas, had died. The beautiful female rapper disclosed in a later post that her mother had died from a longstanding cancerous brain tumor.
Megan took her mom's passing hard. And this Mother's Day weekend is especially hard on her.
Megan was on Birmingham's 95.7 Jams on Friday - and the interviewer didn't realize that Megans's Mom passed recently. And the interview became cringe-worthy very quickly.
After several conversations about the rapper’s work and hobbies, Maine asked about Megan Thee Stallion’s mother. "I was wondering if you were going to bring your mom with you today,” Johnson said. “I know she travels with you a lot, but she’s your manager and all that good stuff for you. And your mom was in the game before you, right?”
When Megan Thee Stallion appeared distressed and looking at someone off camera, Johnson said, “No? Don’t want to talk about it? Okay, we’ll go another way then," before changing the subject.
The DJ later posted a photo of he and Megan Thee Stallion following the interview on Instagram, stating he apologized after the show for asking about her mom but that his intentions were pure. He said: “I know folks want to see a train wreck, but it was an honest mistake and I already apologized multiple times to the one person who deserved it. Sometimes you can research for hours and still miss important details. And that’s what happened. I wanted to highlight her relationship with her mother for Mothers Day, and just didn’t know what I didn’t know. Shout out to her for finishing the interview and being a class act in spite of everything.
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Megan Thee Stallion, real name Megan Pete is one of the hottest female rappers in the world. She released the EP Tina Snow in June 2018. She signed to 300 Entertainment in November 2018, making her the first female rapper on the label