Megan Thee Stallion appears in brown crop top and matching skimpy bottoms as she shows off her dance moves at the One MusicFest in Georgia.
Megan Thee Stallion had all eyes on her on Saturday, as she hit the stage at One MusicFest, held at Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Georgia.
The 28-year-old Texas rapper showed off her enviable curves in a long-sleeve clingy brown crop top that highlighted her cleavage.
The hip hop star – who recently settled her years-long legal war with former record label – teamed the outfit with matching skimpy brown bottoms, with gold buttons on the sides.
The Savage hitmaker wore her long dark auburn tresses in bouncy curls cascading down her back.
As for glam, she highlighted her natural beauty with smokey eyeshadow and a dark pink lip.
While onstage the beauty showed off her famous dance moves, as she twerked for the crowd.
She was joined by a number of male backup dancers in black outfits.
At another point in the show she also had female dancers dresses in mini black skirts with her on stage.
Earlier in the day she arrived to the stage in an opulent fur-trimmed coat and matching boots, before disposing of the outerwear as her performance heated up.
It comes after the hitmaker has finally settled a three-year legal war with her former record label nearly a week after she revealed that she is funding her own career.
She is now a free agent as she and record label 1501 Certified Entertainment have finally settled after a bitter legal war.
Billboard reported on Thursday that the Hot Girl Summer rapper had come to terms with the record company fronted by former MLB player Carl Crawford as they ‘mutually reached a confidential settlement to resolve their legal differences.’
Under the deal, Megan and the record company will ‘amicably part ways.’
1501 Certified Entertainment released a statement to the publication which read: ‘Both Megan and 1501 are pleased to put this matter behind them and move forward with the next chapter of their respective businesses.’
The former Los Angeles Dodgers player Crawford say he and his company ‘wish Megan the very best in her life and career.’
The specific terms of the deal including if there was any exchange of money have been kept under wraps.