Celebrity Drivel: Megan Thee Stallion Champions Abortion at Spanish Concert

Wallace White | June 15, 2022
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When it comes to the complicated and divisive issue of abortion, everyone knows there are no brighter scholars than celebrities. Megan Thee Stallion, rapper and well-known intellectual, asked her loyal fans in Barcelona to raise their middle finger to those “stupid ass men” in Texas that dared to outlaw killing babies, as reported by Teen Vogue on June 13. 

Celebrities across the world have weighed in on the recent leak from SCOTUS that suggests Roe V. Wade might be overturned. From the deranged B-list ravings of Alyssa Milano, to the buzzword-filled tweets of George Takei of Star Trek fame, the whole Hollywood army has been roused for a fight. Now Mega Thee Stallion contributes to the fight with her own defiance. 

And what better place to rally the American left in defiance of Texas and SCOTUS than … historically Catholic Barcelona, Spain? 

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She said during her vulgar display, “Tell these god damn, stupid ass men in Texas trying to tell us what the f*ck to do with our bodies.” In Texas, her home state, abortion under Senate Bill 8 is outlawed after six weeks to protect the bodies of innocent children. She made a similar statement on stage in Houston in October of 2021, saying “This middle finger is also to these motherf*cking men that want to tell us what the f*ck to do with our body. Cuz how the f*ck you gonna tell me what to do with my motherf*cking body?” 

Truly, the words of a law scholar and a moral teacher. 

According to Teen Vogue, she joined 160 other celebrities in a petition for abortion ‘rights’ made by Planned Parenthood. The petition says “We are Artists. Creators. Storytellers. We are the new generation stepping into our power. Now we are being robbed [of] our power. We will not go back — and we will not back down.” 

Yes, you are being robbed of your “power” to murder children, God forbid! And yes, we will certainly go back to valuing the God-given life of a child, no matter what liberal Hollywood and the music industry have to say about it.