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Megan Thee Stallion shuts down a White interviewer yesterday, after rudely asked whether she was wearing a wig or weave!

Megan Thee Stallion is going viral today, after she shut down British journalist Tim Westwood during an interview.

Westwood - who has been a fixture of British radio for more than 20 years - is known for asking inappropriate questions, especially to rappers. And yesterday he gave fans a cringe-worthy moment.

During the interview, Tim first complimented Megan's hair. Then he very rudely changed the subject and asked, "is that a wig or a weave."

Megan looked the skinny elderly Westwood up and down and told him, "None of your business."

Here is Megan shutting him down:

Megan Thee Stallion, real name Megan Pete, claims to have "multiple alter egos." One of is Tina Snow, which is also the name of her debut EP, Tina Snow. Tina Snow was influenced by Pimp C's alias Tony Snow, and has similar confidence and an unapologetic sexually dominant delivery.

"Hot Girl Meg" is another alter ego who is described as embodying Megan Thee Stallion's carefree and outgoing side, which she compares to a "college, party girl." Megan Thee Stallion stated that she introduced "Hot Girl Meg" on her album, Fever.

In an interview with Essence at the BET Awards, Megan provided three simple tips for having a Hot Girl Summer. “You need to be confident,” she said. “You need to be the life of the party. And you need to be positive.”

But much like her music, Megan Thee Stallion’s Hot Girl lifestyle is far more complex than it appears.

The Houston native first entered the Billboard 100 with a song off last year’s “Tina Snow” titled “Big Ole Freak” — a song that has become the quintessential symbol of the Hot Girl and Megan Thee Stallion brands. The lyrics are unapologetically sex positive, with mouthfuls of bars like “Feet on the bed, I'll f**k him up in the head / Suck it, then look in his eyes / Then, the next day, I might leave him on read” and “Come in the room and I’m givin’ commands / I am the captain and he the lieutenant / I need that neck like a muhf**kin pendant.”