In the song, Pardi raps that he was going propose to Megan and that she allegedly lied to Gayle King on television
Two weeks after Megan Thee Stallion seemingly called her ex-boyfriend Pardison “Pardi” Fontaine out for cheating on her new track “Cobra,” Pardi followed up with his own diss-track and proceeded to air out a laundry list of complaints against the Traumazine singer.
On Friday, Pardi released “Thee Person,” and within the nearly five minute track, said he had planned to propose to Megan before realizing her alleged lies, and accused her of lying to Gayle King on television. “This the girl that I’m trying to propose to/Ask Greg Una I picked out a ring then you lied to my face/Went on TV and then lied to Gayle King,” Pardi lamented, before adding “You know the devil was a serpent/For some streams and views girl I hope it was worth it/This ain’t for Megan Thee Stallion, this for Megan Thee Person.”
Elsewhere in the song, he rapped: “How many times did I catch you texting them n—?/You did you first I just did me bigger/You flew out the country ain’t called for days in my mind we had parted ways.”
Earlier this month, fans speculated that Megan alluded to Pardi on “Cobra” after she claimed to have caught someone cheating in her bed. The music video was teased in the weeks ahead of the song’s release with a movie-like poster that read: “Cobra: A Story by Megan Thee Stallion.”
“Pulled up, caught him cheatin’, gettin’ his dick sucked in the same spot I’m sleepin,” she raps on the track. Pardi’s socials were flooded by hotties demanding he address the scathing lyrics.