Sunday, December 27, 2020

Body Song Lyrics Meaning - Megan Thee Stallion

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Album: Good News
Release Date: November 20, 2020
Record Label: 1501 Certified, 300 Records
Songwriter: Megan Pete, Julian Mason, Christophe Petrel
Producer: LilJuMadeDaBeat

Baby back ribs are a pork dish taken from the loin of the pig. They’re usually cooked with barbecue sauce and are smaller in size than spare ribs.

Megan is saucy — stylish, confident, and good looking — so much so that whoever she’s romantic with will never go back to their original partner.

Megan references the Netflix original show Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness, which is a true-crime story following the tension between Joe Exotic’s abuse and profit off of big cats and a conservationist group aiming to protect the wild animals. Carole Baskin is a real-life activist who runs the Big Cat Rescue animal sanctuary and was featured in the show. She drew attention from fans because of her work against Exotic and the conspiracy surrounding her second husband’s death.

In April 2020, Megan reposted a Tiktok that was themed around her song “Savage” and the documentary. The user in the video claimed (while rapping along Megan’s song) that:

"Carole Baskin, killed her husband, whacked him. Can’t convince me that it didn’t happen"

Megan is likening other women to Carole for her shady activities and ties in a sexual pun about their “cats” being scary.

Drag ball competitions hold contests in several categories to award contestants for their different skills, attitudes, and appearances. The “body” category is about body structure and fitness; it’s more than just being physically attractive. In 2020, Megan served as a judge on the first season of Legendary, a drag ball competition show on HBO Max.

In her 2018 song “Hot Girl,” Megan also references this act:

"I got that now and that later, he gon' eat through the paper
He tryna eat through these panties, he bob his head like he jammin' (Ahh)"

Touch-me-not is a slang term used in the lesbian community, especially by or about studs, to refer to someone who gives rather than receives when engaging in sexual activities. Similar to stone butches, they are often very strict about their partners not touching them. In August of 2020, Megan opened up about her own sexuality on Instagram Live, noting that she is a “free agent on the ladies side.”