As Hotties pour one out in commemoration of the official conclusion to the summer-blazing glory that was Hot Girl Summer, Megan Thee Stallion already has her next anthem on deck to keep fans lit for the next season.
Hot Girl Summer might be over, but the Stallion isn't about to let all that sauce go to waste. If there’s one thing you need to know about Megan, it’s that the H-Town sensation is all about keeping things hot and zesty, both of the seasonal and personal varieties — weather be damned.
Thus, the rap star had a little something up her sleeve come autumn. On Monday night (Sept. 23), the Stallion ushered in autumn in an official declaration that the season has henceforth been claimed by the queen of summer as “Hot Girl Fall,” with the help of TV star comedian Jimmy Fallon. The 24-year-old segued her signature catchphrase into the next season with a Pumpkin Spice-flavored visual.
“Ladies, listen up,” Megan says at the beginning of the clip. “We had our hot girl summer and whoo did we kill it. But now it’s getting a little chilly outside. Well, I’m here to tell you that the weather may be getting cooler, but we’re just heating up.”
As she's saying this, Fallon (under his newly-anointed rap alias, J. Fall) joins the rapstress dressed in a matching orange tracksuit and a pair of oversized designer shades. The pair then take turns spitting verses about all things autumn as they break down what exactly a Hot Girl Fall entails.
That includes plenty of lit hayrides, Jack-O-Lanterns filled to the brim with wine, baking pies and some “pumpkin a** beer” just to name a few. Meg has fashion covered too, from chunky sweaters and thigh-high boots to all the plaid you could ever wear and neck-wide cable-knit scarves.
She also takes some time to highlight some necessary back-to-school essentials needed to properly kick off Hot Nerd Semester. Closing out the video, The Roots’ co-leader Black Thought professes his love for plaid t-shirts before tossing it back to Meg and J. Fall who tag team the final verses.
Check out the hilarious fall-flavored visual spoof on her chart-topping song below.
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