Attention Hotties: Megan Thee Stallion Partners With Nike

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The superstar rapper from Houston landed a deal with Nike to share a series of workouts, her fitness journey and mindfulness.

Remember the song “WAP” by Meg Thee Stallion and Cardi B? Megan (W)ins (A)gain, (P)eople. 

Of course, that’s what it means. 

The Grammy Award-winning rapper from Houston announced a deal with Nike on her Instagram, posting “Hotties, we are officially Nike Hotties.” 

“I told y’all, Real Hotties put other Hotties on! So I’m sharing my fitness story to let you know sport is whatever ya want it to be. Dance is my sport,” Meg wrote. “Rapping is my sport. Performing is my sport. I am an athlete, and so are you. Learn more about my story with Nike and get ready to Train with Thee Stallion in the NTC App.” 

Meg partnered with Nike and trainer Tara Nicolas to share a series of workouts on the Nike Training Club app. In her announcement video, she shares the dedication it takes to work out even when you don’t want to. 

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“I like the fact that Hotties get to see me go through my struggle,” she said. “It’s realistic for you to want to give up. It’s realistic for you to not want to eat this today. It’s just really about discipline.” 

Aside from Meg’s personal fitness journey, she also shares her favorite Nike apparel and takes you through a hilarious bit of mindfulness.  

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