Video Review: Megan Thee Stallion “B.I.T.C.H.”

While sitting in the car, Tina Snow (Megan Thee Stallion) tells Megan Thee Stallion that she can’t allow people “to walk all over her.” Megan Thee Stallion asks her, “but what if I’m not strong enough.” Snow responds, “who are you going to listen to – them or your Snow? What you need to do is go in there and show them you’re that bitch.” She agrees and says she’s that bitch.

At night, wearing a bright yellow jacket, she hangs out of the passenger side window. Wearing a leopard print bodysuit, she walks with two dogs in a parking structure.

Against a cobalt background, she sits in a throne chair while several young women sit beside her. The women separate from her as she dances. She shakes her butt.

In her backyard, she stands up in her hot tub at night. She shakes her butt again.

She picks up her ponytail as she dances against the cobalt background.

Rating: 2.5/5

Megan Thee Stallion puts her finger to her lips as she taps the send button on her phone. She presses it and the entire world will hear her music. However, it could anger her record company and she could be out of job. She thinks of what her alter ego, Tina Snow, would do. Tina Snow wouldn’t care. She’d do it and think about the consequences later. Megan Thee Stallion presses send.

Her publicist calls her and says she’s coming right over. They are having an emergency meeting. Her publicist says there are several ways they could handle it if it backfires. She says she had to do something. Her record label wasn’t listening to her. Her publicist says she’s supports her but they have talk through each situation. She says she’ll take responsibility and notes the streaming numbers. She says she already made some money. Her publicist says they can work from there and tells her to have a good night.

She reads the encouraging comments online and smiles. She did the right thing. Her record company calls her and her hand shakes. They were probably going to sue to her. She takes a deep breath and answers. She’s going to have to stand her ground.

Director: Eif Rivera Year: 2020

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Pam Avoledo spends her time binge-watching classic teen dramas and stands firm in her pro-Leyton stance. She also received her journalism degree in 2006 from Oakland University. Her work has been published in the White Wall Review, Sledgehammer Lit & 45 Magazine.