In the Aube Perrie-directed clip, the Grammy-winning artist can be seen ruining an old white man’s life after he leaves a hateful comment on one of her music videos.
Megan Thee Stallion seemed to have things left to say to James P. Bradley. Almost a year since the politician mocked her collaboration with Cardi B, “WAP”, the Grammy-winning artist threw a shade at him with “Thot S**t” music video in which she stars as her alter ego, Tina Snow.
The Aube Perrie-directed clip, which was released on Friday, June 11, begins with a senator leaving a hateful comment on the femcee’s “Body” visual. The message reads, “Stupid regressive w***es should have their mouths washed out with holy water.”
After the senator sends out the harsh remark, Tina calls and warns him not to “f**k with” women he depends on in daily life. She then hits the old man with a garbage truck before haunting him for the rest of the video.
Megan hinted at “Thot S**t” release just several days prior. According to a press release, the single “celebrates women unapologetically enjoying themselves, doing whatever they want, whenever they want, regardless of what the critics have to say.”
The song and its music video are such a perfect clapback to James. Back in August 2020, the California Republican Congressional candidate publicly criticized “WAP” for its provocative lyrics. At that time, he wrote on Twitter, “Their new ‘song’ The #WAP (which i heard accidentally) made me want to pour holy water in my ears.”
James went on to express his concern about Megan and Cardi’s influence on young girls. “I feel sorry for future girls if this is their role model!” he wrote, before assuming, “Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion are what happens when children are raised without God and without a strong father figure.”
That aside, Megan released her debut album “Good News” in November. Since then, she collaborated with the likes of DJ Khaled (“I Did It” with Post Malone, DaBaby and Lil Baby), Ariana Grande and Doja Cat (“34+35” [Remix]), Bobby Sessions (“I’m a King”), and Maroon 5 (“Beautiful Mistakes”).