Megan Thee Stallion. Picture: Instagram
Megan Thee Stallion. Picture: Instagram

Megan Thee Stallion: Beyoncé and Jay-Z give totally different types of advice

By Bang Showbiz Time of article published Dec 11, 2020

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Megan Thee Stallion says Beyoncé and Jay-Z both give very different advice, as Beyoncé is more sensible than her "fun" husband.

The “WAP“ hitmaker has turned to the iconic music couple for advice on life in the spotlight multiple times, and has said that whilst Jay-Z likes to give “fun advice”, his wife Beyoncé takes a more diplomatic approach.

She explained: "I would say JAY-Z gives the fun advice. Like say if I'm having a bad day, he'll be like, 'Megan, girl you need to be somewhere driving a boat. Turn up. Have a good time. Forget them people.' He gives me the more hot girl advice.

“Beyoncé is just like, 'Look queen, just rise above.’ She says it the nicer way, and Jay gives it to me the turnt up way.”

Megan still can’t believe she even gets to speak to the ‘Halo’ hitmaker and her spouse, as she was a fan of Beyonce’s former band, Destiny’s Child, when she was growing up.

She added during an appearance on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”: "I remember the first time I ever saw Destiny's Child in concert. It was at the Rodeo and it was just amazing. I remember being a little kid like, 'Wow. I want to do this one day.'

"Just being from Houston, you have to know what Beyoncé just means to us. She’s like the standard, so being able to just speak to Beyoncé now, I'm like, girl, pat on the back because this is great."

The 25-year-old rapper got in touch with Beyoncé earlier this year when the pair collaborated for a charity remix of Megan’s song “Savage”, where proceeds went to support Bread of Life Houston's Covid-19 relief efforts.

And at the time, Megan admitted she “cried” when she got the chance to perform with the “Formation” singer.

She said: "It was still like, is it really gonna drop? Are we doing this for real, for real? And I mean I cried … like, I had to call my grandma. I was like, 'Nanny! I got a song with Beyoncé.'"

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