Megan Thee Stallion and Renee Rapp recently released “Not My Fault,” their new collaboration from the soundtrack of the forthcoming Mean Girls remake.
The song finds the duo interpolating a famous line from the original 2004 film, in which Cady Heron, (played by Lindsay Lohan), yells at her friend Janis (played by Lizzy Caplan) that “it’s not my fault that you’re, like, in love with me or something.”
Rapp kicks things off, singing “It’s not my fault/ You came with her but she might leave with me.” As she casually asks “can a gay girl get an amen?” in the song’s second verse, Megan jumps in, singing, “B-h so bad, dudes thought I was A.I., ballin’ like eight/ Stick to the motherf-in’ money like a stapler, stack like Jenga/ “It’s funny how the mean girl open all the doors/ I been told y’all, I’m the Black Regina George.”
Megan first announced the song through a post on Rapp’s Instagram account, saying, “a new song coming out for Mean Girls.”
Rapp subsequently posted the cover art for the new single, showing the pair baring it all in a room filled with plastic mannequins. “meg told me to put my a- out so I put my a- out,” she wrote about the art on X.
The Mean Girls reboot, in which Rapp stars as the queen bee of North Shore High School Regina George, arrives in theaters on January 12.
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