On Saturday night, April 16, the Houston rapper took the stage at the biggest music festival to debut her new song she called "very motherf**king personal," and said was dedicated "to whom it may the f**k concern." Before telling the DJ to drop the beat, she told the crowd, "I really feel like my ladies will f**k with me on this one."
The song, which samples Jodeci and Wu-Tang Clan's "Freak'n You Remix", certainly got the crowd amped up with lines like "d**k don't run me, I run d**k" as well as "I'm the only reason that you got b***hes" and "you's a b***h." She also raps, "Ladies, love yourself cause' this s**t could get ugly/ That's why it's f**k n***as, get money. And I don't give a f**k if that n***a leave tonight, because n***a that d**k don't run me."
While Megan, who was shot in the foot after a party at Kylie Jenner's house in July 2020 and claimed that Tory was the person who had fired at her, didn't exactly drop any names in the song, many believed that she disses Tory. "Not Megan eating Tory Lanez up on her new song," one fan tweeted. A separate social media user added, "Megan Thee Stallion took shots at @torylanez during #Coachella."
Another opined, "I love the fact that Megan made that song performed at Coachella and Tory lanez can't say s**t." Someone else said, "Tory Lanez made Megan Thee Stallion so mad that she over there rapping at Coachella like Tupac Shakur & Lil' Kim in her new song."
Prior to performing her new song, Megan turned to her Twitter account to tease her fans. "I got this song that I recorded and every time I play it for a woman they start jumping and clapping," she tweeted. "I think I wanna perform it at Coachella for the first time before I actually drop it."
Tory, who was taken into custody earlier this month after a judge found him guilty of violating the protective order Megan has against him, recently released a song titled "Mucky James", in which he allegedly addresses his legal drama with Megan. In it, he raps, "They try to blackball me for money but I ain't goin' out/ I told myself I'll stop this bulls**t and not speak up more/ I had to go through way more bulls**t **** door/ And these b***hes tried to play me out like they ain't know my name, yeah, uh."
Tory continues, "I was at a high in my career, you think I'd come out here and ****/ And if you think I'd do that s**t, you on some stupid s**t." He adds, "I don't need to do that s**t, my Haitian h*es gon' woo a b***h/ I can't lie temporarily that b***h came and ruined s**t.
A few days after sparking rumors that he disses Megan in his track, Tory set the record straight. "I am not talking about my court case on the song #MuckyJames," he tweeted. "I see all these blogs trying to connect the two…and honestly I have more sense than that. I would not play with the court order or the judge like that…please stop that narrative."