The Houston rapper released her new single “Cobra” on Friday (November 3), which finds her rapping about finding a partner performing sexual acts with someone else in her own bed.
“Pulled up, caught him cheatin’, gettin’ his dick sucked in the same spot I’m sleepin’/ Lord, give me a break, I don’t know how much more of this shit I can take,” she raps.
Pardison Fontaine has since turned off the comments on his Instagram page after fans heard the song.
“Cobra” serves as Meg’s first official single of 2023, having previously collaborated with Cardi B on “Bongos” and contributing “Out Alpha the Alpha” to Dicks: The Musical.
Rumors circulated about Megan Thee Stallion and Pardison Fontaine breaking up in January 2022 amid reports of domestic violence, but Fontaine denied any wrongdoing.
“Stop this cap nobody puttin hands on nobody …(At least not in that way ),” he wrote on his Instagram Stories at the time. “Been seein the break up rumors and was lettin y’all imaginations run ..but y’all gettin too crazy ….ain’t give n-ggas a story so they made one … we really been on it double time.”
The pair then celebrated their two-year anniversary in October 2022, with Pardison Fontaine posting a carousel of candid photos.
“TWO YEARS AROUND THE SUN .. SEEM LIKE WE BEEN ON OUR OWN PLANET.. I love lovin you ..GOT 4 EVER 2 GO,” he wrote in the caption.
Megan Thee Stallion also posted a bunch of photos with the caption: “Yr 2 with U.”
In May, Pardison Fontaine wrote a poem that was seemingly dedicated to Megan Thee Stallion, described as written about “a beautiful woman that I know.”
“You’re a survivor but not a victim, somewhere in between ‘God forgive him’ and ‘I gotta get him,’” he began.
“That’s why you don’t ever let these bitches get you out your rhythm. You treat these n-ggas like they’re buy one get one. You out here working to keep your mind off hurting.
“Get your to-do list, it’s buying candles and shopping for curtains, it’s find your purpose. You in your bag not just Birkins. You know your happiness can not be purchased.
“It’s deeply rooted and not just surface. The dream ain’t big enough if you think about it and not get nervous. If you need me girl, I’m at your service.”