Megan Thee Stallion tosses her curves in a $3250 green and black Bottega dress

Megan Thee Stallion tosses her curves in a $3250 green and black dress and completes her Bottega look with stretch mules and matching handbag

She is always happy to show off her figure and her wealth.

And for her latest social media post, Megan Thee Stallion, 26, donned her curves in a $3250 green and black dress, completing her Bottega look with $2750 bean stretch mules and a matching $2,000 handbag.

On Instagram on Friday, the rapper – whose real name is Megan Jovon Ruth Pete – showed off her striking ensemble and her green nail extensions that matched perfectly.

bottega!  Megan Thee Stallion, 26, toned her curves in a $3250 green and black dress

bottega! Megan Thee Stallion, 26, toned her curves in a $3250 green and black dress

Megan showed off every corner of her daring outfit in a series of sizzling photos.

The Texas native wore an angular green choker around her neck and even added a touch of green to her eyeshadow mix.

Megan not only matched her nails with her quirky accessories, but also had her toenails painted in the exact same shade of green.

Her social media display came when BTS released the Butter remix featuring Megan Thee Stallion.

Details: On Instagram on Friday, the rapper showed off her striking ensemble and her green nail extensions that matched perfectly

Details: On Instagram on Friday, the rapper showed off her striking ensemble and her green nail extensions that matched perfectly

Details: On Instagram on Friday, the rapper showed off her striking ensemble and her green nail extensions that matched perfectly

From head to toe: She completed her Bottega look with $2750 stretch mules and a matching $2000 handbag

From head to toe: She completed her Bottega look with $2750 stretch mules and a matching $2000 handbag

From head to toe: She completed her Bottega look with $2750 stretch mules and a matching $2000 handbag

Sublime: Megan showed every corner of her daring outfit in a series of sizzling photos

Sublime: Megan showed every corner of her daring outfit in a series of sizzling photos

Sublime: Megan showed every corner of her daring outfit in a series of sizzling photos

On her verse Megan raps: ‘Ayy, so smooth like the car I ride / Even ya best party planner couldn’t capture this vibe / Big boss, and I make a hater stay on they job / And I be on these girls’ nekken als the back of their bobs…

Houston’s dear, in the room with bosses / Let them all rattle in their suits and blouses / I remember writing streams in my lecture room / Now I need worldwide access to the shows I’m rockin’…

Smooth as cocoa butter / My drip more than a puddle / They know I’m the wave / Take over every summer / They must give Stevie if they ever had to wonder / Because every beat I get turns into Hubba Bubba .’

There was a legal drama after Megan alleged that her record label, 1501 Certified Entertainment, which is owned by former MLB player Carl Crawford, tried to prevent her from releasing the song.

However, a judge approved the release on Tuesday and now fans can listen on all streaming services.

New Music: Her Social Media Display Came When BTS Released The Butter Remix With Megan Thee Stallion

New Music: Her Social Media Display Came When BTS Released The Butter Remix With Megan Thee Stallion

New Music: Her Social Media Display Came When BTS Released The Butter Remix With Megan Thee Stallion

Shake: Megan claimed her label tried to shake her off by more than six figures, to sign the song's release (Picture: 1501 Certified Entertainment owner Carl Crawford)

Shake: Megan claimed her label tried to shake her off by more than six figures, to sign the song's release (Picture: 1501 Certified Entertainment owner Carl Crawford)

Shake: Megan claimed her label tried to shake her off by more than six figures, to sign the song’s release (Picture: 1501 Certified Entertainment owner Carl Crawford)

Megan hopes the song will help expand her international fan base, due to BTS’ huge global appeal.

However, her label thought the song wouldn’t be good for her recording career, though Megan claims the excuse was just a cover for the real reason.

She claimed that her label tried to shake her off to the tune of more than six figures, in order to approve the release of the song.

The artist claimed they tried to block her music last year after trying to renegotiate her original deal.

Megan eventually got an injunction from a Los Angeles court banning Crawford’s 1501 blocking her music.

BTS and Meg: Megan hopes the song will help expand her international fan base, due to BTS' huge global appeal

BTS and Meg: Megan hopes the song will help expand her international fan base, due to BTS' huge global appeal

BTS and Meg: Megan hopes the song will help expand her international fan base, due to BTS’ huge global appeal

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