Megan Thee Stallion is all body as she poses topless in sparkly thong

Megan Thee Stallion poses topless in a sparkly thong… after her WAP Grammys performance with Cardi B draws FCC complaints

Megan Thee Stallion set Instagram ablaze on Wednesday as she posed topless in a sparkly thong.

The 26-year-old singer told her ‘Waping’ 21.3M followers: ‘Honestly just waiting for HotGirl summer to start.’ 

The post comes as it was reported she and Cardi B’s raunchy Grammys performance drew FCC complaints, received backlash from an anti-porn group for ‘glamorizing’ sex work and caused a Twitter spat between conservative commentator Candace Owens and Cardi.

Wowza! Megan Thee Stallion, 26, heats up Instagram as she poses topless in a crystal thong with a swarovski crusted denim cowboy hat, telling her followers ‘just waiting for HotGirl summer to start’

The caption was a play on her breakout hit of the same title from 2019, and the boudoir style shoot featured other glamorous accents including a Swarovski backdrop necklace and crystal encrusted cowboy hat.

Megan teased her followers as she worked her angles in the barely-there look, leaving her mouth seductively ajar before playfully biting her finger. 

She kept her dark tresses down in loose waves and they extended down the arch of her back, drawing more attention to her famed curves. 

The custom denim cowboy hat featured crystal droppings on the brim that dangled around her famous face. 

Hot girl summer: She built excitement for warmer summer months by captioning the image with a nod to her 2019 breakout hit Hot Girl Summer 

Boudoir baby: The barely-there look was full of sparkle, and a swarovski crystal back necklace drew more attention to her famed curves 

She recently stole the show at the Grammys this past Sunday when she and collaborator Cardi B put on a very racy performance. They also walked away with three Grammys. 

Never one to shy away from being a bit controversial for the sake of their art, the sex-positive performance definitely got people talking, but also drew some complaints. 

On Tuesday it was reported that the FCC’s phone lines were blowing up throughout the set, at one point the ladies entwining their legs together suggestively. 

The Federal Communications Commission is responsible for making sure that broadcast programming is obscenity free, and spokesperson for the board told The Wrap: ‘We can confirm that the FCC did receive consumer complaints regarding the Grammys performance.’

Controversial: Never one to shy away from being a bit controversial for the sake of their art, her sex-positive performance with Cardi B definitely got people talking, but also drew some complaints

WAP: Cardi defended the song in multiple interviews and on social media, telling The Kyle and Jackie O Show: ‘The people that the song bothers are usually conservatives or really religious people’; pictured February 15

Though they did not elaborate on the specific number of callers, it was described as an ‘average amount’ for an event of that type. 

An anti-porn group also attacked Cardi and The Grammys saying the performance ‘could have been cut from a hardcore pornography film,’ adding that it glamorized ‘stripping and prostitution.’ 

Unsurprising to say the least, the song (which notoriously stands for ‘Wet A** P***y’) and its accompanying video, caused a stir upon release for being ‘too explicit.’

Cardi defended the song in multiple interviews and on social media, telling The Kyle and Jackie O Show: ‘The people that the song bothers are usually conservatives or really religious people.’

FCC: On Tuesday it was reported that the FCC’s phone lines were blowing up throughout the set, at one point the ladies entwining their legs together suggestively; pictured March 14

Pornographic: An anti-porn group also attacked Cardi and The Grammys saying the performance ‘could have been cut from a hardcore pornography film,’ adding that it glamorized ‘stripping and prostitution’

She continued to say she grew up listening to this type of music. ‘Other people might think it’s strange and vulgar, but to me it’s almost like really normal.’

To Cardi’s point, notoriously conservative Owens spoke about the performance to Tucker Carlson on Fox News Monday, calling it ‘an attack on American values, American traditions.’

She continued to criticize the women for ‘actively trying to make children aspire to things that are grotesque,’ calling it a celebration of ‘perversity.’ 

Cardi was not one to hold back as the ladies engaged in a scathing back and forth on Twitter where they spoke about each other’s families, gender politics and hurled below the belt insults. 

Controversial: The conservative political commentator called the ladies performance a celebration of ‘perversity’ before engaging with the singer on Twitter; pictured 2019

Twitter spat: The Up singer responded to Candace’s comments, thanking her for putting her performance on Fox News because it helped grow her listening and viewing streams

Back and forth: Cardi was not one to hold back as the ladies engaged in a scathing back and forth on Twitter where they spoke about each other’s families, gender politics and hurled below the belt insults

Getting personal: They then began to hit below the belt, Cardi citing questionably photoshopped tweets about Owen’s husband sleeping with her brother, prompting Candace to say ‘only one of us has a husband that sleeps around,’ before threatening legal action for defamation 

The Up singer responded to Candace’s comments, thanking her for putting her performance on Fox News because it helped grow her listening and viewing streams.

Owens tweeted: ‘I don’t work for Fox News, Belcalis, nor do I take issue with you having success. I take issue with you being used to encourage young women to strip themselves of dignity.’

Cardi then brought former first lady Melania Trump into the argument, citing her topless shoot back in her modeling days. ‘She showed me I can be naked perform wap and still be a First Lady one day! ….wait so only White women can be naked and show their sexuality and evolve in their 30s but I can’t?,’ she asked Owens.  

‘Do better’: At your worst, you are naked, shoving your vagina into another woman’s vagina while thrusting atop her. You were at your worst on the Grammy stage. Do better,’ Owens tweeted

Candace called her ‘part of a larger cancer that is manifesting in black culture,’ while saying that no one would want their daughters to turn out like her, adding: ‘At your worst, you are naked, shoving your vagina into another woman’s vagina while thrusting atop her. You were at your worst on the Grammy stage. Do better.’

They then began to hit below the belt, Cardi citing questionably photoshopped tweets about Owen’s husband sleeping with her brother, prompting Candace to say ‘only one of us has a husband that sleeps around,’ before threatening legal action for defamation.  

‘I am 100% suing Cardi for that nonsense. You can’t just start throwing out wild lies against private members of my family because you’re upset someone called your out on your degenerate performance,’ Owens wrote. 

The feud is still ongoing. 

Grammy wins: Despite the controversy surrounding she and Cardi’s performance, Megan walked away with three Grammys: Best New Artist, and Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance for Savage Remix with Beyonce

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