Megan Thee Stallion Album Lost 30 Million Streams Via Botting

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Megan Thee Stallion Album Lost 30 Million Streams Via Botting

Megan Thee Stallion’s New Album Reportedly Loses 30 Million Streams Due To Alleged Botting

Megan Thee Stallion’s latest album, “Megan,” has reportedly experienced a significant repositioning on the Spotify charts due to allegations of botting.

The Houston rapper released her latest album in June with collaborations, but it appears there may have been some machinations surrounding the plays of the project. 30 million streams have been removed from “Megan” on Spotify, allegedly due to the platform detecting bot-like activity. The exact reason for the removal of these streams has not been confirmed, but No Jumper has reported the incident.


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At present, Megan has not addressed these allegations. Despite the controversy, she seems unfazed, recently promoting the European leg of her “Hot Girl Summer” tour alongside Ms Banks on Instagram. Additionally, she has been teasing upcoming non-music projects, including a twerk-out video and her own tequila brand, which she previewed in May with a promise of it arriving “soon.”

Recently, Megan appeared on Shannon Sharpe’s Club Shay Shay podcast and celebrated her new album with a star-studded release party.

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