Megan Thee Stallion Brings Out Houston Rap Legends At Hometown Tour Stop

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The Houston Hotties got the experience of a lifetime during Megan Thee Stallion's homecoming weekend.

Fans welcomed the Texas native with open arms when she brought her "Hot Girl Summer Tour" to the Toyota Center in Houston for two action-packed nights. On the first night, Meg brought out Paul Wall to perform his verse from Nelly's "Grillz." Meg invited more H-Town legends out on stage during the second night including Lil' Keke, who performed his hit "South Side," and Slim Thug, who delivered his verse from Mike Jones' "Still Tippin'." Later on, she channeled her inner Pimp C as Bun B pulled up to perform UGK's "International Players Anthem (I Choose You)."

Megan Thee Stallion was in a generous mood during her two-night stay in her hometown. Right before she hit the stage, Meg shared a memorizing clip of an unreleased song — tentatively known as "Check" — that will appear on her upcoming album. In the clip, you can see her dancers twerk like the rent is due before Meg drops off some fierce bars.

"I make hoes so mad they can't hide it/F**k peace, ho, let's choose violence," Meg spits. "They loud, but it's quiet, No tea so the b***h start lyin'/I'm a freak, that's known, I do what I want, I'm grown."

Her self-titled third studio album is set to drop on June 28 with songs like "Cobra," "HISS" and "BOA." Check out more scenes from her tour stop in Houston below.

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