Video: Megan Thee Stallion Visibly Disappointed by Chloe Bailey's Refusal to 'Drive the Boat'

While hosting a Halloween party over the weekend, the 'Hot Girl Summer' raptress tells the 'Have Mercy' singer to 'drive the boat,' but the latter politely says no.

AceShowbiz - Megan Thee Stallion and Chloe Bailey may be good friends, but that doesn't mean they don't always see eye to eye in everything. The Texas rapper has been left disappointed after the R&B singer refused to go with her certain partying habit.

Over the Halloween weekend, Megan hosted a "Hottieween" party at Yzabel in West Hollywood. In a video which circulated online from the bash, they were surrounded by other partygoers dressing in extravagant costumes.

At one point, the "WAP" hitmaker looked at Chloe, who sat in a crowded corner. While holding a bottle in her hand, she can be heard telling the one-half of Chloe x Halle to "drive the boat b***h."

"Drive the boat" essentially means tilting one's head back and letting Megan pour her liquor down her/his throat. While plenty have partaken in the Grammy Award-winning artist's antics, Chloe was not down to this as she politely said, "No."

Megan was visibly disappointed by Chloe's refusal as she gave the "Have Mercy" singer a side-eye. However, that apparently didn't dampen her spirit to party that night as a few moments later she was seen getting up from her seat and lifting her bottle while shaking her body to the music.

While Megan has been known for popularizing the catchphrase "drive the boat," Kodak Black has in the past asked to be credited for originating the phrase. Back in March 2020, he disputed Michael Strahan's claim that the Hot Girl Summer originated the phrase.

In a segment on ABC's "Strahan, Sara & Keke", the hosts played a trivia game with Megan. "Which hip-hop star created the catchphrase 'Drive the Boat,' and what does it mean?" Keke Palmer asked her co-hosts Michael and Sara Haines. The former NFL star answered, "I think Megan did it."

When Keke pressed Michael to explain the meaning of the phrase, he responded, " 'Drive the Boat'-I can't say it because it's not able to be consumed on daytime television." Keke apparently thought the same as she said, "You got it right. Ding ding ding ... Michael, you're right. It's about consumption and [Megan's] the originator of it."

Kodak, who was still incarcerated at the time, later posted a clip of the segment and wrote along with it, "I Really Wanna Go Bad On Lil One but I'm Keepin This S**t Pretty," adding the hashtags "#LetMeDriveTheBoat #FreeTheGoat."

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