Megan Thee Stallion took the stage at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida, on June 8 as part of her Hot Girl Summer Tour. During her performance of the song “Cobra,” the Houston rapper became visibly emotional and broke down in tears.

Fans captured the emotional moment on camera, showing Megan struggling to perform the song. She was seen choking up and holding her head in her hands as she cried. Determined to continue, she told the audience, “I’ma give you this performance without tearing up,” before attempting to resume the song.

Despite the tears, Megan managed to compose herself and deliver a powerful performance. One fan tweeted, “didn’t expect to cry at the megan thee stallion concert but god she got so emotional performing cobra my heart breaks for her. she deserved better 🥺”

Another fan noted, “Hate to see Meg cry but she ATE at this concert #megantheestallion #hotgirlsummer #Hottie.”

“Cobra,” released last fall following Tory Lanez’s assault trial for shooting Megan in July 2020, deals with heavy themes such as depression, suicide, betrayal, and heartbreak. Megan raps in the song, “Breakin’ down and I had the whole world watchin’/ But the worst part is really who watched me/ Every night I cried, I almost died/ And nobody close tried to stop it.” She continues, “At night, I’m sittin’ in a dark room thinkin’/ Probably why I always end up drinkin’/ Yes, I’m very depressed/ How can somebody so blessed wanna slit they wrist?”

Megan has faced significant personal challenges since her rise to fame. Her mother died of cancer in March 2019, and her grandmother passed away that same month. The years following were dominated by the Tory Lanez case, which concluded last year with Lanez being sentenced to ten years in prison.

The Tampa concert also came shortly after an AI-generated sex tape of Megan began circulating online. She expressed her frustration on X (formerly Twitter), writing, “It’s really sick how yall go out of the way to hurt me when you see me winning. Yall going too far, Fake ass shit. Just know today was your last day playing with me and I mean it.”

Megan Thee Stallion’s Tampa performance highlighted her emotional resilience amid personal and public struggles. Despite breaking down in tears, she delivered a moving rendition of “Cobra,” leaving a lasting impression on her fans.

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