“This song is very motherf*cking personal to me,” she said on the mic before the preview. “And its to whom the f*ck it may concern.”
Once the snippet surfaced, the internet fans of the Texas native swarmed the comment section asking for her to release the full single. On Wednesday, Megan Thee Stallion set the record straight on the song’s title after many believed that the title of the upcoming girl anthem was “Letter to My Ex.”
“The song is not called letter to my ex hotties lol” she tweeted. After teasing fans with captions of the lyrics and videos of the song all week.
TIME Studios and Roc Nation are working on a documentary about the Houston Hottie, which will feature “rare archival footage and fresh verité video” that spotlights her Texas upbringing, rise to fame and important milestones in her career that led her to the success she has now. “Millions of people are familiar with [Megan] as an entertainer, but this series will give her a chance to share her truth as never before. Her story is a powerful one, and the accomplishments that she continues to achieve are remarkable,” Loren Hammonds, TIME Studios’ co-head of documentary, said in a statement.
The music video, which dropped today (June 3), was directed by John Miserendino and Mugler’s creative director Casey Cadwallader. In it, we see the rapper dancing against a deep black background, sporting various Mugler pieces.
Megan Thee Stallion – Plan B (download) below.