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The two artists delivered a live rendition of their collaborative track, the “Savage (Remix),” on the stage at Houston’s NRG Stadium.
Beyoncé is expressing her appreciation for Megan Thee Stallion!
“My H-Town sister, thank you for gracing the RENAISSANCE TOUR,” Beyoncé, who is 42 years old, shared on her Instagram. She referred to the memorable moment that occurred on September 23 when the rapper joined her onstage for a performance of their Grammy award-winning collaboration from 2020, “Savage (Remix).”
“Until next time,” Beyoncé concluded, accompanying her message with a carousel of images taken at Houston’s NRG Stadium. These images captured the duo performing in coordinated camouflage print outfits adorned with studs and glitter.
During the performance, Megan, aged 28, confidently strutted across the stage wearing a camouflage cap, while Beyoncé showcased her moves by dancing around a pole on top of a tank, dressed in thigh-high boots featuring the same army print.
The day following their performance, Megan took to her own Instagram to celebrate the event. She shared a video in which she posed in her stage camouflage attire, expressing her love and gratitude: “BEYONCE I LOVE YOU 💙💙💙 HOUSTON I LOVE YOUUU #renaissancetour @beyonce GOODNIGHT.”
On September 26, the rapper posted another series of photos from the show, captioning it with “Thee real Htown Hottie 🤘🏽🚀.”
She also posted a TikTok video showcasing the stage performance, which included clips of her overcome with happiness as she was invited to perform with Beyoncé.
In a heartfelt caption, Megan expressed her emotions, saying, “Yall i have been ugly crying with my lace lifting all weekend lol i will never stop screaming about this moment! I have loved @beyonce MY WHOLE LIFE this means EVERYTHING TO ME!!! I love you 👑🐝 thank you thank you thank you for everything 💙💙💙.”
Both artists have strong ties to Houston, with Beyoncé being born in the city and Megan growing up there after being born in San Antonio, Texas. Beyoncé proudly paid homage to Houston in her 2011 song “Run the World (Girls),” featuring the line, “This is how they made me (made me), Houston, Texas, baby.”
Furthermore, in 2022, the Mayor of Houston, Sylvester Turner, officially declared that May 2nd would be recognized as “Megan Thee Stallion Day” in the city, marking a significant honor for the rapper going forward.
During a ceremony held to honor the musician known for “Plan B,” Mayor Sylvester Turner stated, “Megan Thee Stallion has had an exceptional entertainment career, but we wanted to recognize her for her offstage contributions in uplifting the lives of individuals in underserved communities.”
He further elaborated, saying, “She provided assistance to people affected by the 2021 winter storm, supported those facing challenges during the pandemic, and helped individuals dealing with homelessness. I eagerly anticipate witnessing her artistic and humanitarian endeavors continue to flourish.”