Megan Thee Stallion talked about losing her mother and feeling like she has no one with tears in her eyes.

Youtube: Apple Music

Megan Thee Stallion just talked about the death of her mother, Holly Thomas, in a very honest interview on Apple Music. 

Holly, for those who don't know, was also a rapper who went by the name Holly-Wood. He was a big part of how Meg improved as an artist and grew in her craft. 

Around 1:45, here's a look at how they interact: 

Megan was just starting to break into the mainstream music scene after her hit song "Big Ole Freak." Her mother died of brain cancer in March 2019. 

Now, three years later, Megan has talked about how that loss has affected her and how she's been coping. 

She said, "I now realize that my mom has been driving the car for a long time." "When my mom was with me, I didn't even have to think about too many things. I feel like I'm just now getting it, like, "Who can I talk to about anything?" First of all, I still don't want other people to get involved in my business "Megan continued. "When I'm going through something personal, I'm like, "I just have to pray, because I don't even know who I can ask." Like, who could I talk to about this? Who do I believe?" 

"My mom would say "Good job" when I did something right. That went well. We did it!" "she said as she started to cry. "I just had so much faith in her, and what she said meant so much to me. When she'd tell me I did a good job, I'd feel like, "Okay, I did that shite. I did a good job.' But now when I do crap, it's just like, OK? What comes next? Because I'm not sure if I'm doing a very good job." 

Cohosts Nadeska Alexis and Ebro Darden joined in to tell Megan that she is doing a "wonderful" job. Nadeska told Megan, "We're not your mom, and it won't mean the same, but you're doing a great job." Megan replied through tears, "I'm trying."


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