Megan Thee Stallion shuts down abuse rumors, confirms relationship with Pardi Fontaine
Written by Vibe Houston Staff on February 23, 2021
Megan Thee Stallion is standing by her new man, rapper Pardi Fontaine, who fans thought was not treating her right.
In a recently posted video, a man – who has since been identified as Pardi – can be heard in the background yelling at Meg’s friends and demanding to see her. The man’s voice can be heard saying “I will come through this door if you don’t open it.”
The video, which was streaming live at the time of the incident, quickly made its rounds on social media and left fans concerned for Meg’s safety.
Hottie fans are very protective of Meg, especially after her rapper Torey Lanez reportedly shot her in the foot in November 2020.
After the backlash, Meg posted video on social media, explaining that it was Pardi who was heard in the video but it was nothing to be alarmed about, and she also confirmed their romance.
“I didn’t like what they was trying to say about Pardi. ‘Cause he is so calm and so sweet. And very, you know. That’s my boo. And I really like him!” she said.
Megan and her laggy internet said Pardi is her boo, stop playing with him, he wouldn’t hurt a fly pic.twitter.com/oeYMpPMmVP— GlockTopickz (@Glock_Topickz) February 19, 2021
Following her video, the “Body” rapper took to Twitter on her birthday to share that Pardi was still mad at her but, keeping to her Houston roots, she joked that as long as Beyonce loved her, that’s all that mattered.
“I’m healthy, I can take care of myself, my friends & family love me, my boo love me (he mad at me right now but he still love me) shiddd Beyoncé love me , I’m just happy and blessed lol,” she posted.
I’m healthy, I can take care of myself, my friends & family love me , my boo love me (he mad at me rn but he still love me) shiddd Beyoncé love me , I’m just happy and blessed lol— TINA SNOW (@theestallion) February 16, 2021
So who exactly is this new boo? Well, Pardison Fontaine is a ghost writer for Cardi B., and is also behind Kanye West’s “Violent Crimes” (2018) and Ed Sheeran’s “South of the Border” (2019).
In 2018, though, Fontaine began to build a reputation for himself (under his own name) with his album, UNDER8ED. Oh, one more thing, his real name is Jordyn Kyle Lanier Thorpe, he’s 31 years old and from Newburgh, New York.
We wish nothing but happiness for Meg and her new boo, and hope they can make it work!