CBR reported that rapper and legendary hot girl Megan Thee Stallion is set to flex her skills behind the big screen in new upcoming series on Disney+, She-Hulk.
According to Everything Always host Michael Roman, the Houston Hottie will be featured in Disney+’s upcoming She-Hulk series as herself.
He also mentioned that it wouldn’t be a cameo but a show with the possibility of her having a recurring role.
“So again, this is coming from one of my very own sources here at the channel in an exclusive,” Roman shared.
“We are happy to report that Megan Thee Stallion has indeed joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe and will be showing up on Disney+ in the future She-Hulk series.”
Megan Thee Stallion has joined the MCU after securing a role in Marvel’s upcoming Disney+ series ‘She-Hulk’ 👀 pic.twitter.com/A6X3Xs1Qyi
— Rap All-Stars 🏆 (@RapAllStars) July 5, 2021
This isn’t her first rodeo isn’t into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. According to Hip Hop DX, the Grammy Award-winner previously contributed to DC’s Birds of Prey soundtrack when she collaborated with Normani on “Diamonds” in 2020.
Roman added that the rapper would be acting as herself on the show as herself, highlighting, “That’s right, she won’t be showing up as a superhero or supervillain. Rather, she’ll be playing herself on the show.”
“Now, I remind you guys here at the channel at least twice a week to take everything — including this video — that doesn’t come directly from Marvel Studios, which this doesn’t, with a grain of salt,” Roman concluded.
“However, I vetted this with two separate sources involved with the production. I’m almost 99.9 percent sure when I come out and report this kind of exclusive.”
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News of Thee Stallion’s addition to the series comes almost a month after it was reported that The Good Place actor Jameela Jamil has also joined the She-Hulk cast.
She-Hulk will also star Tatiana Maslany, Mark Ruffalo, Tim Roth, Ginger Gonzaga, and Renée Elise Goldsberry.