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Reneé Rapp and Megan Thee Stallion Slay in “Not My Fault” Video

Reneé Rapp and Megan Thee Stallion Slay in “Not My Fault” Video

  • Buckle up for a pink-tastic ride with sassy vibes, latex, glitter...

Move over, Regina George, there’s a new posse in town! Get ready to burn your pink polos because Reneé Rapp and Megan Thee Stallion have unleashed their inner Plastics with the music video for their scorching “Mean Girls” collab, “Not My Fault.” Buckle up, Burn Book burners, because this is one ride you won’t want to miss.

The video bursts open with a sassy Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan herself!) declaring, “You know what? It’s not my fault you’re, like, in love with me or something.” This sets the stage for a pink-tastic whirlwind as Rapp and Stallion strut their stuff in latex, glitter, and enough attitude to make Gretchen Wieners faint. Think “Burn Book” meets “WAP,” with a dash of “Party Up.”

Rapp embodies the sassy Regina vibes, rocking blonde pigtails and a “Regina George” tattoo across her chest. Stallion, queen of confidence, brings her signature fire, spitting rhymes and owning every frame with her fierce stage presence. Together, they’re a power duo channeling the Plastics’ mean (but undeniably catchy) energy, all while adding their own signature sass.

The video is a love letter to the iconic 2004 film, peppered with clever nods and Easter eggs for die-hard fans. We see glimpses of the Burn Book, Janis Ian’s iconic Janis Joplin-inspired look, and even a reenactment of the legendary Spring Fling scene. But “Not My Fault” isn’t just a nostalgia trip; it’s a modern take on the film’s message of female empowerment and owning your own narrative.

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Whether you’re a Plastics veteran or a new recruit, “Not My Fault” is an anthem for anyone who’s ever been told to dim their light. It’s a celebration of embracing your flaws, owning your confidence, and not apologizing for being the fabulous weirdo you are. So put on your pinkest tracksuit, blast the song on repeat, and get ready to unleash your inner Regina (or Janis, if that’s more your style). Remember, it’s not your fault they can’t handle how fierce you are.

So, fetch yourself some popcorn, queue up the video, and let Reneé Rapp and Megan Thee Stallion remind you: On Wednesdays, we wear sequins, slay the game, and unapologetically own our “Not My Fault” attitude.

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