Megan Kanka’s family called out Megan Thee Stallion for her latest single, “Hiss.
The Houston rapper dropped a venomous track on Friday (January 26), sparking a war of words with Nicki Minaj over an apparent jab at the Young Money hitmaker.
“These hooks ain’t mad at Megan, these hooks at Megan’s Law/ I really don’t know what the problem is, but I guarantee you don’t want me to start,” he raps. a song
Apparently aimed at Nick’s husband, convicted sex offender Kenneth Petty, “Megan’s Law” is a federal law that requires authorities to make information about registered sex offenders available to the public.
The law is named after Megan Kanka, who was murdered in 1994 by a sexual predator who at the time had no legal obligation to identify himself in the neighborhood.
Megan was seven years old when her neighbor Jesse Timmendequas raped and killed her after luring her into his house. He has previous convictions for child abuse.
Richard described the use of his daughter’s name in “The Lift” as “very insulting” to both the memory of her daughter and her family.
Dad hasn’t listened to this song yet, but one of his kids told him about it and he’s not impressed after reading the lyrics.
He’s also considering legal action against Megan, though TMZ speculates it’s an uphill battle because artists have the freedom to reference cultural and historical events in their music.
“Hiss” received a response from Nicki Minaj in the form of “Bigfoot” attacking Megan Thee Stallion for shooting her in the leg, accusing her of liposuction and referring to her mother’s death..