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Megan Thee Stallion Suggests Infidelity by Ex-Boyfriend Pardison Fontaine in New Single “Cobra”



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Megan Thee Stallion dropped her latest single “Cobra” on Friday (November 3), hinting at a situation where she caught her former partner, Pardison Fontaine, engaging in intimate acts with someone else in her own bed. The song delves into the emotional turmoil of discovering infidelity and feeling overwhelmed by the experience.

In the lyrics, Megan raps about the distress of finding her partner being unfaithful: “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.”

Following the song’s release, Pardison Fontaine turned off comments on his Instagram as fans speculated about the song’s context and possible connections to their relationship.

“Cobra” marks Megan Thee Stallion’s primary solo single for 2023, following her collaborations with Cardi B on “Bongos” and her contribution to “Out Alpha the Alpha” for Dicks: The Musical.

Rumors previously swirled in January 2022 regarding issues in Megan Thee Stallion and Pardison Fontaine’s relationship, including reports of domestic violence, which Fontaine denied at the time. Despite the denials, the couple faced speculations about a breakup.

In October 2022, the couple celebrated their two-year anniversary, sharing public displays of affection on social media. However, Megan’s recent single “Cobra” seems to allude to a different, tumultuous aspect of their relationship.

Pardison Fontaine had previously written a poem in May that appeared to be dedicated to Megan, praising her strength and resilience. However, the recent song’s content implies a more complex and troubled relationship dynamic.

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