Megan Thee Stallion Got "Body" Flow From Female Rapper Aynjewl Faycc
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HOUSTON - eMusicWire -- In 2017 an independent artist Aynjewl Faycc (pronounced "Angel Face") produced a track called "Hunni" that uses the same repetition of a different word in a different key than than Megan Thee Stallion's new viral track "Body". When interviewing Faycc she explained her original idea to use female strippers in the video to play on the word "Hunni". Since Faycc is independent, there was no allowance for hiring dancers in her budget.

Faycc tried not to think too much about the gems under Meg's eyebrows because it could have been a coincidence, but there is a post on Faycc's Instagram from when corona first started where she put three gems along the under-side of her brows. This specific image stands out because a friend of hers decided to draw it and tagged her in his post of the vibrant yellow and purple drawing.

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When Meg's new "Body" song got stuck in Faycc's head one day because of all Meg's publicity, she realized how close it resembled her "Hunni" song and things started getting peculiar. This confirmed how on target Faycc was with her skills and understanding of what she thought would sell in the industry. Her "Hunni" video on YouTube has more views than the rest of her videos; but without a budget to promote her music, her song was pretty much non-existent.

Watch Faycc's Hunni Video below to see how similar it is to Meg's "Body" song and comment on how you feel about the resemblance— considering the three year gap with "Body"' being a current 2020 release.

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Sarah Parsons

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