The year of the Stallion. Megan Thee Stallion is stunning on the cover of GQ magazine’s 25th annual “Men of the Year” December cover, released on November 16. She covers the special issue (which will include more unannounced cover stars) as GQ‘s pick for “Rapper of the Year.” The “Savage” hitmaker, 25, poses presumably nude for the new cover, in which she’s covered in Bvlgari diamonds. Megan’s pictured sitting in the front seat of a vintage white car, as her long, brunette hair hangs down the driver’s side door.
Inside the milestone issue, Megan shows off her incredible curves in a series of sultry looks. One photo in particular (seen below), shows the “WAP” rapper dressed in a cut-out white dress, while posing on her hands and knees on a black, leather couch. Megan’s LaQuan Smith number runs for $1,300, according to GQ. Additionally, she wore $169 open-toe heels by Femme LA and earrings and a ring by Jacob & Co.
Megan’s GQ cover and shoot were photographed by Adrienne Raquel, who recently shot Selena Gomez on the first-ever introductory cover issue of CR Fashion Book China. She was styled by Eric Mcneal, a New York fashion consultant. Megan’s gorgeous, long locks were courtesy of hair guru Kellon Deryck and Flawless Illusion Hair.
In the cover story, Megan opens up about her terrifying encounter in July with fellow rapper Tory Lanez, who allegedly shot her while the two were in a vehicle together in LA. Tory is currently facing felony charges, although he continues to deny the accusations.
According to Megan’s recollection from the incident, she had a “gut” feeling to exit the vehicle the two rappers were in. She said she tried to get out of the vehicle to call for a different ride, however, her phone died. When Megan got back into the car, she said there was an argument brewing inside, but wouldn’t get into further details. Then, when she tried to get out of the car again and walk away, according to Megan, Tory started shooting at her feet, wounding her.
“Like, I never put my hands on nobody,” Megan told GQ, recalling, “I barely even said anything to the man who shot me when I was walking away. We were literally like five minutes away from the house.”
Days after the incident was first reported, Megan took to Instagram to set the record straight about conflicting reports that labeled her as the aggressor. The rapper denied being arrested and confirmed that police drove her to a nearby hospital, where she underwent surgery to remove bullets from gunshots wounds.