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Megan Thee Stallion Dances For A Fan Who Flung Their Camera Phone Onto The Stage

Megan Thee Stallion immediately spun around to display her posterior while starting a brief round of dancing, despite her face screaming disgust

The fortunate fan’s phone received a stunning view of the behind of Megan Thee Stallion.

Twerking is a big part of what Megan Thee Stallion does at numerous concerts, but fans rarely get to see her bodacious behind as close-up and personal as they did in her most recent Instagram post, which was captured when a concertgoer threw their phone onstage.

Megan Thee Stallion Dances For A Fan Who Flung Their Camera Phone Onto The Stage

Beginning with a camera actually looking and pink and purple lights flashing around a stage, the quick video shared by the Hot Girl Coach on Monday (August 29) set the tone for the rest of the week. Megan Thee Stallion then enters the frame, looking down at her phone with her hands on her hips.

Megan Thee Stallion immediately spun around to display her posterior while starting a brief round of dancing, despite her face screaming disgust. After that, she stooped to pick up the phone and appeared to give it back to its original owner.

The caption of the 27-year-photo old’s said,

“Someone threw their [phone] on stage already filming,” she said. I said welp [emoji shrug].

Since then, the video has circulated on social media, garnering numerous thirsty responses from friends and followers.

Megan Thee Stallion Dances For A Fan Who Flung Their Camera Phone Onto The Stage

One user commented,

“LMAOOOOOO not you giving it to people for free!”

Others responded,

“If only it was my phone,” “Jesus Christ,” and “This is why I adore you lol.”

In other developments, just last week, while the former was a guest on the latter’s Caresha show, Megan Thee Stallion and Yung Miami turned up the heat and got a little jiggy.

 

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