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Megan Thee Stallion reps Houston and discusses her album, Suga, on ESPN’s First Take


Cassidy Sparrow/Getty Images for MAXIMAhead of the upcoming release of her debut album, Suga, Megan Thee Stallion visited ESPN’s First Take on Thursday to discuss not only the album, but everything from her mother’s influence on her rap career, her ongoing label woes, to her expectations for her beloved Houston Rockets now James Harden‘s joined the team.

The segment was as entertaining as Megan’s typically bubbly personality, including her unexpected “Who?” when Stephen A. Smith asked about Rockets coach Mike D’Antoni. And fans are having a field day on social media with it all. 

One Twitter user said, “Megan Thee Stallion is on First Take dressed like she’s going to read everything on her next contract,” although others said she looked like a “women’s D1 coach” or a “vice principal.” 

On Suga, the Houston hottie said we can expect “a whole lot of hot girl stuff” and “a new persona.”

“I just really want people to know that I’m not perfect and I’m not promoting being perfect.  Tina Snow was very confident, she was the mack, you know,” Megan joked. “She’s just stepping on necks and not apologizing for it. Suga, she’s more like, ‘I know I’m messing up. I know I mess up sometimes I’m not perfect I admit I’m not perfect, I’m not trying to be perfect but I’m trying. So I feel like don’t strive for perfection but strive to be what’s perfect for you.'”

Suga is expected Friday, now that a Texas judge ruled that neither 1501 Certified Entertainment nor CEO Carl Crawford can prevent her from releasing the album.

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