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Megan Thee Stallion's New Album is a Love Letter to Traumatized Black Women

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It’s 2 a.m. on a Sunday night (or Monday morning, I suppose). Meg Thee Stallion, our favorite Hot Girl Coach and Houston Hottie dropped her second album, “Traumazine,” a few days ago.

They’ve been outspoken about the different amounts of trauma they’ve been through the past few years (death, domestic violence, you name it), but I didn’t know just how potent the album would be.

Let me start off with this: Any Black woman who loudly embraces her emotions regardless of how happy, angry, pissed off, depressed, or anxious they may be is performing a radical statement in itself.

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