Megan Thee Stallion is firing back after Drake seemingly suggested that she is lying about the August 2020 shooting involving rapper Tory Lanez.

Drake and 21 Savage just released their joint album Her Loss Friday (Nov. 4) and two lines that are causing controversy stem from Drake’s bars on “Circo Loco.”

“This bitch lie ’bout getting shots, but she still a stallion / She don’t even get the joke, but she still smiling,” Drake raps. A “stallion” is slang for a naturally tall curvy woman which is why Megan uses it in her stage name and “shots” could be in reference to a body enhancement surgery that would make the woman in question, not a “stallion” which is what Megan initially thought about the line.

“I know I’m very popular but y’all gotta stop attaching weak a– conspiracy theories in bars to my name lol,” Megan wrote on Twitter Friday. “N—– nor hoes EVER address me or @ me WITH a fact or receipts. I AM CLOUT BITCH keep sucking my p—-.”

Megan continued her theory when she responded to a fan’s tweet that read: “he said stallion tho so technically he did say your name.” Megan wrote back, “A stallion is slang for a TALL THICK WOMAN.”

However the bar following the aforementioned line reads, “Shorty say she graduated, she ain’t learn enough / Play your album, track onе, ‘kay, I heard enough,” in reference to Megan's Texas Southern University graduation in 2021. The line could also relate to track on on her latest album Traumazine which is “NDA” where the Texas native raps about the 2020 shooting incident.

Megan seemed to have a change of heart after analyzing the lines and decided to call out Drake for suggesting that the first line was in reference to her being allegedly shot in the foot by Lanez and not body shots.

“Stop using my shooting for clout bitch a– n—–! Since when tf is it cool to joke abt women getting shot!,” she wrote. “You n—– especially RAP N—– ARE LAME! Ready to boycott bout shoes and clothes but dog pile on a black woman when she say one of y’all homeboys abused her.” She added, “And when the mf facts come out remember all y’all hoe a– favorite rappers that stood behind a N—– that SHOT A FEMALE.”

Meg then concluded, “People attack me y’all go up for it, i defend myself now I’m doing too much … every time it never ends and this did NOT happen until I came out and said I got shot … y’all don’t fwm okay cool f— it bye.”

Drake nor 21 Savage has responded to Megan’s tweets. Her Loss is out now.

Drake: 7 Songs You (Might) Not Have Known He's Written For Other Artists

  • "Fall For Your Type" - Jaime Foxx

    Jamie Foxx’s “Fall For Your Type” is off of the singer/actor’s 2010 album Best Night of My Life. Drizzy is featured as a guest artist hit and written alongside Noah Shebib, and Noel Campbell. The track hit No. 1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

  • "Mine" - Beyoncé

    Beyoncé and Drake collabed on “Mine” which was released back in 2014 for her self-titled album. Drake, Beyoncé Knowles, Noah Shebib, Jordan Ullman, Sidney Brown, Dwane Weir are credited as songwriters on the track. Drake is also credited a songwriter for Beyoncé’s “Heated” off her album Renaissance.

  • "Un-Thinkable (I'm Ready)" - Alicia Keys

    “Un-Thinkable (I’m Ready)” arrives on Alicia Keys’ fourth studio album The Element of Freedom. Drake is credited as a songwriter alongside Alicia Keys, Kerry “Krucial” Brothers and 40.Alicia and Drake also paired up along with Noah “40” Shebib, on Drake’s track “Fireworks” off his 2010 debut Thank Me Later.

  • "I'm Single" - Lil Wayne

    Drake linked up with his Young Money boss Lil Wayne for his song “I’m Single.” The track appears on his ninth solo mixtape, No Ceilings, and his 2010 album I Am Not a Human Being. Drake is credited as a songwriter alongside Omen (Producer), Boi-1da, 40 & Lil Wayne.

  • "R.I.P." - Rita Ora

    Rita Ora’s “R.I.P” also makes the list of songs you might not have known Drizzy has written. Drake is credited as a writer alongside Rita Ora, Tor Hermansen, Mikkel Eriksen, Patrick Okogwu, Saul Milton, Farhad Samadzada, Renee Wisdom, Will Kennard. The track features Tinie Tempah and was the lead single off her 2012 album, Ora.

  • "30 Hours" - Kanye

    Kanye spoke on Drake’s involvement on “30 Hours” to his since-deleted interview Drink Champs, “I gave him a line and he wrote the whole rap. I wish he wrote all my raps.” Drake is also credited as a songwriter for “Facts” and “Father Stretch My Hands” from Kanye’s seventh studio album Life of Pablo. Kanye, Pharrell Williams, Karriem Riggins, Mike Dean, Charles Arthur Russell, Cornell Haynes, Jason Epperson, Charles L. Brown, Isaac Hayes are also credited on “30 Hours.” The song samples the 1986 Arthur Russell song “Answers Me” and drums from the 1973 Isaac Hayes single “Joy.”

  • “I’ve Been That Girl” – Melanie Fiona

    Growing up in Canada, Drake was a part of the collective called the The Renaissance which is where he met Melanie Fiona. The group ended splitting up but Drake co-wrote Grammy-winning singer Melanie Fiona’s “I’ve Been That Girl” which landed on her LP The MF Life. The album also featured a duet with John Legend and other featured artists such as J. Cole, T-Pain, and Nas.