Fresh off her SNL performance Megan Thee Stallion is featured in an op-ed for the New York Times where she details what it’s like being a woman of color in America and the multitude of reasons why she speaks up for black women.

The one minute and 32-second clip flashes through the different versions of women of color. Captioning the video is a quote from Megan which states, “I’m not afraid of criticism and “Protect Black Woman” shouldn’t be controversial.”

Megan speaks to the different sides of women of color and what is expected of them and how they are viewed in society. The speech from Louis Farrakhan which also was played during her SNL performance is heard and Megan perfectly answers the question, “Why do you speak up for black women?”

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