Late last month, Megan Thee Stallion finally dropped her much-awaited new album, Megan. It’s been a hit with her fans, showcasing features from artists like GloRilla and Victoria Monet. But things took a surprising turn when No Jumper reported that Spotify had removed a whopping 30 million streams from the album, claiming that they were “bot-like” streams.

Fans are divided over this development. Many believe Megan had nothing to do with any alleged botting and are defending her vigorously. On the other hand, some are pointing to her own lyrics about having bots instead of fans, suggesting that there’s more to the story. Supporters of Nicki Minaj and Tory Lanez, in particular, have been quick to criticize the rapper.

Megan herself has remained silent on the issue. Instead of addressing the controversy, she’s been busy with the European leg of her ‘Hot Girl Summer’ tour alongside Ms Banks. She’s also been hinting at some exciting new projects, including a twerk-out video and her own tequila brand. This news comes alongside her recent podcast appearance on Shannon Sharpe’s Club Shay Shay and a fabulous release party for her new album.

Regardless of the streaming setback, Megan seems to be moving full steam ahead. Although the reason behind the stream removal hasn’t been confirmed, it hasn’t slowed her down one bit. The rapper continues to engage with her fans and pursue new ventures with unshaken confidence.

While the removal of 30 million streams from her new album is a significant blow, Megan Thee Stallion appears unfazed and is focusing on her tour and upcoming projects. Fans remain split on the controversy, but one thing is clear: Megan is far from slowing down.

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