Megan Thee Stallion showed off her new frosty blue hair and her very pert posterior in a skimpy matching bikini on her Instagram for her millions of followers.
‘Real hotgirl s**t’, the San Antonio-born rapper, 28, captioned the photo, referencing her famous phrase that quickly went viral on the internet.
The Hot Girl Summer singer posed with her hands over her ample cleavage, showing off a long manicure with a blue color on one hand that matched her beach-ready ensemble and hair.
Megan paired her summer look with a silver chain link necklace with colorful cherry charms.
The star also showed off her pert derriere as she showed off her thong bottoms.
In one of the photos, the She-Hulk: Attorney At Law star posed while enjoying a chilled blue ice pop.
Known for her expert free-styling capabilities, Megan’s breakthrough in the music industry arguably was the result of the success of her hit 2019 single Big Ole Freak.
However, the Texas talent had been honing her craft years prior to Big Ole Freak, posting videos of herself online performing her now famous signature freestyles.
More fans started paying attention to the Diamond singer after a video of her competing in a Houston-based cypher event went viral.
Now other artists are lining up to collaborate with the Billboard Chart topping artist.
The 2021 Glamour Woman of the Year award winner was featured on a remix for pop singer Ariana Grande’s hit single 34+35, in addition to sharing the singing spotlight with Dua Lipa on Sweetest Pie.
Now with two studio albums under her belt, Megan has branched off into acting as a side hustle.
Her appearance on the Marvel Disney Plus series She Hulk instantly went viral, with fans either loving or hating the fact that she twerked with Jen Walters (Tatiana Maslany) in a scene.
Megan also signed an exclusive, first-look deal with Netflix in 2021, which granted her license to create and produce her own projects for the streaming platform.
Outside of her career as a global music artist, Megan remains dedicated to helping out the Texas city she grew up in, Houston.
Last year, the Good News artist founded the Pete and Thomas Foundation, an organization dedicated to serving underserved communities in the southeast Texas city.
Megan’s charity was named in honor of her late parents, Holly Thomas and Joseph Pete Jr.
She also spoke about her pride regarding her Texas roots during an interview with Rolling Stone.
‘I don’t feel like we ever really had a female rapper come from Houston or Texas and shut shit down,’ the rapper said.