Megan Thee Stallion Talks Rappers Using Co-Writers To Make Party Music

Hot Girl Meg makes it clear she wants to write her own lyrics.

(AllHipHop News) Once again the topic of "ghostwriting" made headlines in Hip Hop over the last week. Asian Da Brat ignited a conversation when the Dallas native made it known on Twitter that she writes her own rhymes.

The tweet appeared to catch the attention of City Girls member Yung Miami as well as "Press" performer Cardi B. Both Quality Control-affiliated women defended the use of co-writers to make hits. Meanwhile, Asian doubled down on her stance.

For some reason, Asian tagged Megan Thee Stallion in her original tweet about writing. Meg eventually asked to be left out of the situation on Instagram. During an interview with Sway In The Morning, she also addressed rappers getting help in the writing process.

"I think that writing is super important if you want to be that person known for your bars and known as an actual 'rapper-rapper.' If that's something that's important to you then, hell yeah, you need to be writing," stated Megan.

The Fever mixtape creator continued, "But if you're an entertainer and you're somebody that's just getting the party going, I don't think it matters as long as the people are listening to it and they're rocking with it. You're just making feel-good music. So if it took ten of y'all to put the song together [and] the song came out live, that's y'all business."