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The #bigolefreakchallenge Is Twerking All Over Social Media And Gas Stations Everywhere

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If you don't know Houston rapper Megan Thee Stallion, hold on to your horses folks because you're about to.

Megan's known for her bouncing delivery style, confident lyrics and a heaping dose of down-south swag.


If you're into female rappers who are confident in their beauty, sexuality, intellect (she's making it big, but hasn't left college), talent (look up her freestyles, she's a beast!) and love of anime - Megan is your kind of rapper. If not... well ... too bad.

She's been hitting social media in a big way and her impact is being seen all around the country.

Things started with her single Big Ole Freak. If you haven't heard it or seen the video, take a moment and enjoy.

Caution: Do not watch if you're in a position where you'd get in trouble for sexual lyrics or imagery. There's so much cleavage you guys.

Chest cleavage, booty cleavage, side cleavage - cleavage we didn't know could exist!

The video is a magical wonderland full of Megan (and crew) totally feelin' it.

The song is a bop.

Things are awesome.

Megan Thee Stallion - Big Ole Freak [Official Video] youtu.be


The video is absolutely surpassing anything else she's done and people love the song - so much so that Texas's own DJ Duffy couldn't get enough of it. She was jamming to it in her car when she got an idea.

A friend grabbed a phone to record and DJ Duffy got to twerking. She posted the video and tagged Megan in - issuing the very first big ole freak challenge to the rapper herself.

This is how gas station twerk challenges are born...


Megan, clearly not one to back down from a challenge, pulled right on up to a gas station and twerked it out.

She then issued the challenge to her fans and followers.


Megan's fans took it to the gas station (and a few other places) with a vengeance.










Even non-participants are having a blast with this.






Just remember guys, if you participate in the challenge please twerk responsibly.

Don't twerk while you're pumping gas, blocking traffic, etc.

Have fun!

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