Even The LAPD Can't Stop Megan Thee Stallion And Nicki Minaj's 'Hot Girl Summer' After Shutting Down Music Video Shoot
The LAPD claimed the rappers did not have the right permits to shoot the video for their new hit single.
Even the LAPD can't stop the "Hot Girl Summer" from sizzling like it's supposed to.
TMZ reported on Wednesday that LAPD officers shut down the video shoot for Megan's new hit single "Hot Girl Summer" as her, Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign tried to get shots at a mansion in the Mount Olympus neighborhood of Los Angeles on Friday.
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Thankfully, Megan is not easily stopped. They quickly moved production for the video to Chino Hills, which is about 50 miles away. Ty Dolla $ign posted a photo from the shoot on his Instagram page.
They managed to finish everything they needed for the video but have not said when the video will come out.
Since Megan and Nicki released the song, it has skyrocketed up the charts, due in no small part to how the phrase has become an integral part of this year's lexicon.
Megan @TheeStallion's "Hot Girl Summer" feat. @NickiMinaj & @TyDollaSign is now the FIRST female rap collab in HISTORY to hit #1 on iTunes USA. 🔥— Music News Facts (@musicnewsfact) August 9, 2019
This also makes it the first female collab of 2019 to achieve this & Megan's first song to achieve this. pic.twitter.com/VbaQi7aKKz
.@theestallion is the only female artist to have multiple tracks in the top 10 on US Apple Music.— chart data (@chartdata) August 9, 2019
Stream the song before the summer is over!