Minutes after Megan Thee Stallion performed “Savage” at the 63rd annual Grammy Awards, the Houston rapper won best rap song with the No. 1 smash — and while Beyoncé didn’t join Meg for the performance, she did join her onstage to collect a much-deserved trophy.
Megan Thee Stallion, who won best new artist earlier on Sunday night (March 14), used part of her acceptance speech to discuss how much Beyoncé’s artistry meant to her when she was growing up, and how she first saw Destiny’s Child perform at a local rodeo.
“My momma would always be like, ‘What would Beyoncé do?’” Meg said, adding that she would strive to try to answer that question with her own behavior, “but make it a little ratchet.”
Source: News | Billboard