Megan Thee Stallion on Making Her Late Parents Proud: "How Can I Impress Them Today?"

Megan Thee Stallion has been navigating fame on her own ever since the deaths of her mother and grandmother back-to-back in 2019. Though the “Traumazine” rapper has previously opened up about losing her family — including her father who died when she was 15 years old — she got candid about her fondest memories with her late parents in a new interview with The Cut, published on Aug. 29.

In her profile story, Megan talked about juggling success while parenting herself and recalled the days when her mom, Holly “Holly-Wood” Thomas — who was also a rapper — helped manage her career. “Me and my mom had this good-cop, bad-cop thing going on,” she told The Cut of how they would handle industry meetings. “So she would come in the room like, ‘This what we ain’t doing. F*ck that.’ And I’d be like, ‘Okay, so, guys, she means . . ,'” Megan added, acting out a nicer attitude. “But now I don’t have the luxury of having somebody who could be my bad cop. Now I have to be both.”

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