Megan Thee Stallion’s ex, Pardison Fontaine, just dropped the hottest mixtape since microwave popcorn. In his track titled “Thee Person,” he hit back at Megan’s accusations like a ninja on a trampoline.
Picture this: Pardison, the lyrical maestro, spitting rhymes faster than a caffeinated chipmunk. In this four-minute masterpiece, he served up piping hot tea, claiming Megan had more secrets than Area 51. According to Pardison, Megan dabbled in some liposuction adventures, played hide-and-seek with other fellas, and even pulled a fast one on Gayle King about that Tory Lanez shooting saga.
Pardison didn’t hold back, starting with a classy apology: “I’m sorry for not keeping up with your lies, and for not sponsoring your habit of telling half-truths.” Oh, the sincerity is almost as real as a unicorn riding a unicycle.
He spilled the beans on feeling like a royal jester in Megan’s circus: “God, I treated you like a queen, only to find out I was the court jester all along. Tried pulling you out of the mud, but you decided to turn me into a mud pie. This ain’t about Megan Thee Stallion anymore; it’s all about Megan Thee Person.”
The diss track dives deep into their rollercoaster romance, where Pardison tries to make sense of the betrayal. It’s like Shakespearean drama, but with more hip-hop beats and fewer iambic pentameters.
Remember when Megan proudly declared Pardison as her boo? “You guys aren’t going to play with my boyfriend,” she declared on Instagram Live. Fast forward to today, and it seems the playing field has changed faster than a cat chasing a laser pointer.
In a plot twist that could rival a telenovela, Megan Stallion was spotted cozying up to Belgian soccer sensation Romelu Lukaku at a wedding in Italy. It’s like a rom-com with a side of unexpected cameos.
The saga of Megan Thee Stallion and Pardison Fontaine, told through the rhythm and rhyme of a diss track. Will their love story make it to the top of the charts, or is it destined to be a one-hit wonder? Only time will tell, but one thing’s for sure – this drama has more twists than a pretzel at a contortionist convention.