Yes, we're all entitled to our own opinions, but the unsolicited ones are usually the ones better left unsaid. Former Kansas City running back, Larry Johnson, took to twitter Saturday afternoon to talk about his opinions regarding Megan Thee Stallion and the timing of her success compared to her mother's passing. This comes not long after Megan tweeted about how she's dealing with accepting her mom isn't here. Megan posted on 9/13/2019:
"After my mom passed I promised myself I was going to keep going hard bc not only is music my dream but it was her dream for me too. I have days where I want to go hide and cry bc she’s not here but i kno that ain’t what she would want me to do! I kno she’s proud of me !"
Larry Johnson barely gave it 24 hours before he came in with his opinions:
"A coincidence : Her mother, who was her manager died in the month of March 2019, the same month of her “break out.” Music industry filled with the easily corrupt fatherless children looking for Satan to be the “daddy” they never had. https://twitter.com/theestallion/status/1172607836817383425…"
Unfortunately, this quickly got back to Meg and she responded:
"Just because YOU found out about me around the time my mother passed does not make what you’re saying accurate. I’ve been grinding for so long and would appreciate if you weirdos on the internet would stop trying to associate my mother having A BRAIN TUMOR with the f--king devil"
Johnson clearly had too much time on his hands because he responded with:
"Who are you trying to persuade? Me or your fans? YOU aren’t the only one w/ - The same story - In the same industry - Around the same people - Who all worship the same goat head hermaphrodite - Soon to be doing the SAME symbolism."
"OUR father in Heaven is long suffering and he is merciful and gracious. I pray you find a way to repent and make it out. Our reward in his kingdom is better than the spoils of the wicked. () I wish you wisdom & strength. "
This isn't the first time someone has made these conspiracy theories towards Meg, but hopefully it will be the last.