Pole-dancing Megan Thee Stallion lets loose in booty-shaking ‘Movie’ video

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Megan Thee Stallion can’t stop, won’t stop!

The Grammy-winning rapper just dropped her newest salacious music video, “Movie,” featuring Lil Durk. 

The wild video shows Megan, 29, and Lil Durk, 28, throwing money around, twerking, sipping expensive liquor and taking shots at a strip club. The clip also features the Texas native rocking a skimpy red ensemble, gold jewelry and sunglasses while dancing in front of an oversized strobe light.

The single was released on Megan’s 2020 debut album, “Good News,” but has not gotten the music video treatment until now.

Megan shared a photo from the video shoot Thursday to announce when the music clip would be premiering. Fans went wild in the Instagram comments and expressed their excitement, many commenting with fire and heart-eyes emojis. 

Other viewers took to the YouTube comments section to gush over “Hot Girl Meg’s” latest. One fan wrote, “Megan DOES NOT disappoint. Never has. She always serves.” Another user added, “What we needed to get us through the day! Megan and Cardi should open up a strip joint, call it WAP.”  Still another viewer chimed in, “Why Megan slay every music video?”

Warning: Graphic video and language

The video is directed by Mike Ho — who has taken the reigns of several high-profile videos for rappers such as Nicki Minaj, Sweetie and Karol G.

Megan’s 2021 is off to an amazing start, as she recently won her first Grammy Award and shocked viewers with an X-rated performance of her and Cardi B’s chart-topping hit “WAP.” Megan won the Grammy for her single “Savage (Remix)” alongside Queen Bey herself, Beyoncé Knowles. 

“I don’t want to cry,” a choked-up Megan said during her acceptance speech. “Thank you, Lord. God is the first person I want to thank. My grandma, thank you, nanny, for making me stop music to finish school..”

She struggled to hold back tears as she continued, “Thank you, Beyoncé. I still can’t even believe this. What? Me? Thank you, hotties! Thank you, Houston!”

Megan and Cardi’s Grammy performance also turned heads as the pair writhed, twerked and grinded together on a huge bed onstage. The catchy tune was not nominated for a Grammy this year — a decision made by Cardi and her label, Atlantic Records, so it can be submitted next year as part of her next album.

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