AMAs: Why is Megan Thee Stallion not performing with BTS? Rapper ‘sad’ for dropping out

The ‘Savage’ hitmaker’ took to her official Twitter account to drop the bomb just a day before the award show

                            AMAs: Why is Megan Thee Stallion not performing with BTS? Rapper ‘sad’ for dropping out
Megan Thee Stallion with BTS (Photo by [email protected])

The 49th edition of the American Music Awards also known as the AMAs is all set to take place on Sunday, November 21 at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles. While the fans are getting excited about the coveted award ceremony, a little dent left the fans disappointed. Megan Thee Stallion, who was all set to perform alongside K-pop icons BTS, has dropped out of the award ceremony leaving the fans of both artists disheartened.
The renowned female emcee shared the reason behind her decision of not showing up saying it was a “personal matter” adding that she was sad for not showing up. BTS, who has scored three nominations at 2021 AMAs i.e. Artist Of The Year, Favorite Pop Duo/Group and Favorite Pop Song, will now probably perform their song ‘Butter Remix’ sans the 26-year-old emcee. They might also perform the original track. If all was good, this would have been the very first time when Megan and BTS would have performed their song live together on stage.
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‘Can’t wait to hit the stage with my guys’, says Megan Thee Stallion

Megan Thee Stallion, who enjoys seven million followers on Twitter, shared, “Hotties I was so excited to go to the @AMAs and perform with @BTS_official, but due to an unexpected personal matter, I can no longer attend.”  The award-winning rapper continued, “I’m so sad! I really can’t wait to hit the stage with my guys and perform #BTS_Butter real soon!”

Speaking of 2021 AMAs performances, the fans will see artists like Bad Bunny with Tainy and Julieta Venegas, Kane Brown, Maneskin, Tyler, The Creator, Carrie Underwood and Jason Aldean, Zoe Wees, New Edition and New Kids on The Block, Olivia Rodrigo, Silk Sonic, Chloe, Coldplay x BTS, and Diplo among a few others hitting the stage to thrill the audience. Olivia Rodrigo, who had an amazing year with her debut album ‘Sour’, is leading the pack with seven nominations including Artist of the Year and New Artist of the Year. The Weeknd, who has earlier won five American Music Awards, scored six nominations this year including the Artist of the Year. Bad Bunny, Doja Cat, and Giveon managed to earn five nods each.







‘We will wait the day BTS and Megan perform together’

BTS Army and the fans of Megan Thee Stallion took to Twitter as soon as they got to know the latter no longer performing at the award show. A fan claimed, “For everyone confused: Megan lost someone really close to most be really hard for her.  We will wait the day BTS and Megan preform together.”  One fan shared, “Oh no megan, don't worry, the important thing is that you are well, There will be another occasion where you can present yourself together with the boys and we will wait for them.”
The next one tweeted, “Meg It’s completely fine and you have nothing to apologize for! Take your time and if you ever need anything, give us a shout We will be waiting for the day we get to see you and BTS perform together but for now, the most important thing is that you take care.” Another said, “OMG NOOOO!!! I'm so sorry Megan, we hope whatever is going on in your life gets sorted out as soon as possible, and that someday we'll have a performance with you and @BTS_twt. Take care!!!” One user added, “Alright Megan, I'm sad too! But don't be sad, there will be other opportunities. We wish you all the best and whatever is happening will end soon! Stay well Megan!”, as another concluded, “Oh no, we was so excited to see performing with our boys. please take care.”














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