DABABY & MEGAN THEE STALLION BOTH DROP CLOTHING LINES AMID SOURED RELATIONSHIP

Written by Greg Lewis

DaBaby and Megan Thee Stallion are battling in the fashion department as both artist drop their respective clothing lines on the same day.

On Thursday (June 24), Megan and DaBaby both released clothing lines and their fans can’t help but to speculate that this wasn’t a coincidence.

Megan’s clothing line with Fashion Nova is currently out now. The Houston Hottie collaborated with Fashion Nova to create a Swimsuit line with taller women in mind. The partnership features items such as a denim swimsuit, a black latex bikini and a sparkling pink thong. 

“GOOD MORNINGGGG HOTTIES Megan Thee Stallion x Fashion Nova is HERE My second collection is has Thee HOTTEST swimsuits for all shapes and sizes for this mf HOTGIRL SUMMER Head over to fashionnova.com/megantheestallion @fashionnova,” she wrote.  

DaBaby’s collection will arrive in stores on June 30.

The North Carolina native partnered up with boohooMAN for a limited-edition summer collection. The line contains over 100 pieces such as tracksuits, tees and more in matte, satin and paisley designs all inspired by DaBaby’s lifestyle. 

“I love being comfortable when I dress because I do so much moving around,” DaBaby said about designing the collection. “But I also like looking good while being comfortable, so I like to find a middle ground with making clothes that you can still move around in but at the same time, they’re still very expressive and give some sense of style.”

Since the shady release of Tory Lanez newest single “SKAT” featuring DaBaby, Fans are drawing conclusions that Megan Thee Stallion and DaBaby will no longer be collaborating musically anytime soon.

On June 19, the drama increased when it looked like DaBaby retweeted a post making fun of the Tory Lanez and Megan Thee Stallion shooting incident. DaBaby tried to clear the air by saying he didn’t retweet anything, but Megan was already fed-up and took to Twitter to vent.

“Support me in private and publicly do something different…these industry men are very strange,” Meg tweeted. “This situation ain’t no damn ‘beef’ and I really wish people would stop down playing it like it’s some internet shit for likes and retweets.” 

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