First Lady Meagan Good out here preachin’ … y’all should take notes.
By now we’re all pretty much over trying to figure out who “won” the Nicki Minaj vs. Cardi B. brouhaha during NYFW. Now, it should be about moving forward and rectifying this awful situation — And luckily, Meagan feels the same way!
While chatting up Good at the premiere for her new film, A Boy. A Girl. A Dream., the stunning actress gave her two-cents about how Nic and Bardi should proceed going forward. And while Meagan admitted she didn’t want to involve herself in “nobody’s business”, she shared a few sentiments that both rappers could take to heart.
“I do think we need to lift each other up,” Meagan stated. “We do need to respect each other and wish each other well.” Good continued, “There is room for everybody.” Say it, sis!
Meg also dropped a gem about trying to be “our best selves” — click below for the tea.
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