Any Year Is Good for a Hot Girl Summer, so Megan Thee Stallion Will Be Touring

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Megan Thee Stallion. - Credit: Josh Brasted/WireImage
Megan Thee Stallion. - Credit: Josh Brasted/WireImage

If you are one of Megan Thee Stallion’s HOTTIESSS, please consider yourself formally invited to the rapper’s Hot Girl Summer Tour. It’s not really a save the date, though, since she won’t be announcing the routing for the tour, which takes its name from her 2019 hit, until March 20.

Megan announced the trek on her Instagram with a magazine-cover style image of herself in a pool. Next to her, the cover lines list a couple dozen cities in North America and Europe. The U.S. cities include Minneapolis, Chicago, Detroit, New York, Philadelphia, and, of course, her hometown of Houston, among others.

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“HOTTIESSS, GET READY TO COME HAVE SOME FUN WITH ME AT THEE HOT GIRL SUMMER TOUR,” she wrote with sun emojis. “Get your outfits ready nowww! We getting started this MAY. I told you what cities today to get y’all prepared!” According to the image, the trek will be “the hottest event of the summer.”

Last month, the rapper’s single, “Hiss,” made it to Number One on the Billboard Hot 100. “Thank you to [everyone] that took the time out of their week to go hard and make this happen!” she wrote in a message to her fans. “I love you I appreciate you I’m so grateful.”

Around the same time, Megan revealed that she’d reached a new deal with Warmer Music Group in which she’d be able to retain her masters and publishing rights. “This is the beginning of an exciting new chapter of my life and career,” Megan Thee Stallion shared in a statement. “I’m really focused on building an empire and growing as an entrepreneur, so I’m proud to take this next step in my journey and work with Max Lousada and the entire Warner Music Group team in this new capacity. I know we’re going to create history together.” The deal allows her to continue as an independent artist.

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