Few artists are dumb enough or enough of a clout chaser to still associate themselves with Rainbow Brite and thankfully… Thee Stallion isn’t one of them.
Lil Ju Made The Beat, Megan Thee Stallion’s producer, claims the tracklist showing Meg as a feature on Tekashi 6ix9ine’s new album is fake. Throughout all of the drama going on surrounding Megan Thee Stallion, her Texas brethren Lil Ju Made The Beat, who produced several songs for her including “Big Ole Freak, “Realer,” “Cash Shit,” “Captain Hook,” and more, has been a vocal representative for the superstar rapper. As they continue to work together on new music, Lil Ju has cleared up a rumor that has been causing side eyes from fans for a few days.
A leaked version of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s alleged Tattle Tales tracklist, which includes multiple appearances by Nicki Minaj, a song with Youngboy Never Broke Again, “Locked Up 2” with Akon, and more, started making the rounds online and people were bothered that Megan Thee Stallion was listed on it. According to her go-to producer, the tracklist is fake.
Allowing fans to breathe a sigh of relief, Lil Ju told the world that the version of 6ix9ine’s tracklist that everyone is making a fuss about is not actually legitimate.
“This is fake,” he tweeted. People were quick to thank the producer for following up.
pls tell me this isn’t true @LlLJuMadeDaBeat https://t.co/2gpYIoK1NB
— Tina Montana (@megantheemeal) August 27, 2020
It would be pretty damaging to Megan’s image for her to hop on a song with Tekashi 6ix9ine, especially with ignorant folks attempting to somehow compare the two after she finally spoke on Tory Lanez being the one who shot her.