Megan Thee Stallion is bringing you all ladies a plan B. You don’t have to settle for the social norms anymore, the world is yours for the taking, and to shape it however you want it. And she delivers this message with some fierce lyrics.
“Plan B” is expected to be a single from Megan Thee Stallion’s upcoming second studio album, yet to be announced. She first debuted a snippet of the song on her set at Coachella 2022 on April 16, 2022. The full song was released on April 22, 2022.
Megan Thee Stallion intends this song to empower women to be more independent and follow their dreams, and not men who are going to drag them down. Megan, herself, has created a global audience for her music at the tender age of 27. And she uses this influence to spread some positive messages. But her lyrics are as crude as they come.
Listen to “Plan B” by Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion “Plan B” Lyrics Meaning and Song Review
‘Plan B’ is often called the ‘morning after pill,’ a birth control tablet that females use to prevent unplanned pregnancies after a night of naughty fun! If Plan A was to get pregnant, Plan B shows the alternative route.
Poppin’ Plan B’s ’cause I ain’t planned to be stuck wit’ ya
Bringing a child into this world is a severe commitment and a child needs both of its parents. Megan does not want to be stuck with a man she does not see a future with. She wants to keep her play time limited to a fun time and not a lifelong commitment.
Megan’s song has a similar sentiment but relates to the general lives of women.
Ladies, love yourself, ’cause this sh*t could get ugly
The general idea behind the song is that don’t put your happiness on others. Happiness comes within – not from anyone around you. It might seem like your loved one makes you happy with their gestures and sweet talks. But do you realize that when you are angry, these sweet gestures have no effect? This is because happiness is a product of your own mind. It is not something instilled in you by anyone else.
So, make yourself a priority and do the things that make you happy. Boys (or girls) will come and go. You will only have yourself at the end of the day.
He submerged in it (Yeah), like a baptism (Like a baptism)
He hit this water, then he comin’ back a real n*gga (Ah, ah)
These lyrics are as dirty as they come. But Megan Thee Stallion has somehow managed to link it with something holy! In Christianity, devouts are submerged partially in water as a symbol of purification and cleansing. But Megan links this with the actual liquids coming out of her privates when she is sexually excited. He says that men just get drenched in her waters like how they get during baptism. And like after baptism, these men become devouts of queen Meg The Stallion!
Bottom line: don’t let anyone take control of your happiness because happiness is the end goal in life.
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