Megan Thee Stallion Takes a Jibe at Kim Kardashian's Beats Earbuds

The 'Sweetest Pie' raptress bursts into laughter when Jimmy Fallon mentions the earbuds in his 'Thank You Notes' segment, admitting she mistakes them for organic eggs.

AceShowbiz - When Kim Kardashian first revealed her Beats x Kim collection, it's suffice to say that Megan Thee Stallion had the slightest interest to grab it fast. Giving her honest thought on it, the 27-year-old femcee admitted that she initially mistook the earbuds for something entirely different.

Megan appeared in a Thursday, August 11 episode of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" to promote her new album "Traumazine". She joined Jimmy Fallon in the "Thank You Notes" segment, during which the host mentioned the earbuds.

"Thank you, Kim Kardashian's new skin-toned headphones, because when I have earbuds in, I want people to not see them and try to talk to me," Jimmy wrote. Megan immediately broke out into laughter.

After letting Jimmy finish his note, the Grammy Award-winning raptress explained, "I saw Kim Kardashian post these earbuds, I thought they were organic eggs!" She added, "I didn't know what was happening. I didn't know if she had a deal with Whole Foods!" prompting Jimmy to laugh as well.

Beats x Kim earbuds come in Kim's signature nude colors. "I wanted to break away from the idea that headphones have to be colorful to make a statement," she said in a press release. "This collaboration is special because it allows you to blend in or stand out, and Beats is known for creating products that showcase individuality."

"Kim brought her signature minimalist style to the first-ever Beats Fit Pro custom headphones," Eddy Cue, senior vice president of services at Apple, added. "We're excited to offer Beats' most innovative headphones in a whole new, gorgeous color palette to music fans and fashion lovers alike."

The new Beats x Kim version of the Beats Fit Pro will be available on Apple's website for $199 starting on August 16. The new buds will also be available at in-person Apple Stores as well as authorized third-party retailers such as Amazon starting on August 17, though Beats says they'll be in limited quantities.

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