Megan Thee Stallion Speaks On The "Double Standards" Women Face In Hip Hop
22 May 2019, 10:02
Megan Thee Stallion opens up about the double standards women face in hip-hop during a recent interview with Fader. She also reveals which artists have inspired along her rap journey.
During a recent interview with Fader, Megan Thee Stallion reveals how she feels about the double standards women face in the music industry.
The rising star who recently released her debut album 'Fever', touched on gender biases within the rap game.
Megan Thee Stallion told Fader "Being a girl too - they criticise you harder than they criticise men". She continued "If I was out there making little noises like Uzi and Carti be making, they would not rock with that."
The rising star added: "And not saying that they don't be going hard, because we definitely finna turn up to both of them, but if it was a chick - like no"
Megan also spoke about her mother and how she influenced her career choice, after her mother was a rapper herself.
She also revealed that Notorious B.I.G. and UGK inspired her and influenced the way she raps.