Does Megan Thee Stallion have a new beau?

The “Body” rapper and Belgian soccer star Romelu Lukaku attended his teammate Lautaro Martinez’s wedding in Lake Como, Italy, this past weekend. People reported the now-viral photos captured the rumored couple seated together at the event while holding each other’s arms. Additionally, the pair are both signed to Roc Nation management.



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According to reports, the Houston native was Lukaku’s plus-one at the wedding. However, whether they’re officially dating or just friends remains unknown.

The snapshots had social media users speculating if Megan had moved on from rapper and former boyfriend Pardison “Pardi” Fontaine after two years together. Still, neither party has confirmed or denied the reported breakup.

Essence reported fans thought she and Pardi had split after unfollowing each other on Instagram. The 28-year-old has kept a low profile regarding her private life following the Tory Lanez trial. 

Earlier this month, the New York native was spotted at Da Poetry Lounge in Los Angeles and performed a written poem, which social media users deemed was about the “WAP” rapper.

“… Most beautiful women in the whole audience. The piece I’m about to do is about another beautiful woman that I know,” he said before sharing with the audience.

“You’re a survivor but not a victim, somewhere in between ‘God forgive him’ and ‘I gotta get him,” the poem began. “That’s why you don’t ever let these b***hes get you out your rhythm/ You treat these n***as like they’re buy one get one/ You out here working to keep your mind off hurting.”

In April, Blavity reported that Megan opened up in an exclusive interview with Elle magazine about overcoming public humiliation after the Tory Lanez shooting, taking a much-needed hiatus from social media and becoming a voice for other Black women who may be victims of violence.

“For anyone who has survived violence, please know your feelings are valid. You matter. You are not at fault. You are important. You are loved. You are not defined by your trauma. You can continue to write beautiful, new chapters to your life story. Just because you are in a bad situation doesn’t mean you are a bad person. Our value doesn’t come from the opinions of other people. As long as you stand your ground and live in your truth, nobody can take your power,” she said.