You don’t just happen to get a rap name to rock the stage with like Megan Thee Stallion for no reason. Megan lives up to her larger than life moniker with her insanely catchy music, her colorful charisma, and her physical presence. The young fire-spitting Houston, Texas princess of rap has been raging her way through the music industry for the last three years. Megan Thee Stallion has been feeding her super fans big time Stallion-sized songs like “Hot Girl Summer,” “Big Drank,” “Freak Nasty,” and “Get It Girl.” Whether you have seen Megan in real life or you have heard the chatter about her height on social media, you may be wondering, how tall is Megan Thee Stallion? Let’s put an end to all the suspense and let it be known that Thee Stallion stands 5’10”. Considering that the average height for women in the United States is 5’4,” Megan Thee Stallion is clearly half of a foot above the most basic sized lady. Now that we know how tall Megan Thee Stallion is, let’s take a look at how she has used her height to her advantage and what type of role it has played in her life. Growing Up Tall Megan’s nickname began before she had a record deal. It dates back to her teen years as she explained to Houstonia: “Since I was younger, probably about 15 or 16, I’ve always had the same body. Older guys would always be like, Oh, you a stallion. So, I finally had to ask like, is that a good thing? Everybody pretty much took it and ran with it, and then I put it as my main name on Twitter, and ever since then everybody’s just been calling me Stallion. And the H-town hottie, that’s just a nickname I gave for myself—I thought it sounded cool, so I was like, yeah, I’ll be that.” Megan told The Source the reasons why her name has stuck to her so tightly and how it fits into her image: “Honestly,” I call myself Thee Stallion because obviously, I’m tall and fine. So, men are immediately intimidated by the height anyway. I’m 5’10. Then, when I’m rapping, I come off very strong. I feel like guys don’t know how to come at me at first, but they get to know me then they’re like okay maybe she’s not going to rip my head off.” Thee Stallion of Rap The H-town hottie Megan Thee Stallion stands at 5’10” with strong stature and she doesn’t back down from her self-esteem. On June 29th 2019, Megan took to Twitter using her @theestallion handle to talk about her 5 feet and 10 inches of vertical extension. She let it be known that her extra height is something she is quite confident about and is not a point of weakness for her whatsoever: “5’10 and taller in my heels… what about it ?…Y’all be thinking y’all insulting me by calling me tall b**ch I been tall all my life and still get any man I want.” The responses that emerged to Megan’s tweet led to many people taking her side, even suggesting Megan to collaborate with Iggy Azalea since they’re the same height. Inspiration From Her Mother Megan Thee Stallion’s mother, Holly Thomas, was also rapper who was working her way up, performing under the stage name Holly-Wood. Holly took her little girl to the recording studio with her instead of just leaving her babysitter. Getting that early front row seat to what it is like to make music and pursue a career as a rapper clearly left a large impression on Megan. Not only has Megan Thee Stallion stated that her mother Holly Thomas was the first female rapper that she was ever made aware of but having a rapping mom normalized making music for her. Holly’s advice for her daughter Megan has also been applied and has added an extra boost of strength to her daughter’s appeal. Megan told The Source: “My mama tells me every day, ‘Kill these hoes! Go hard on these hoes.’ I don’t know why my mother talks to me like that but every time I’m doing something, she’s like, ‘Megan, go out here and wreck these hoes’ and I’m like, okay, I guess that’s just my daily motto.” Holly Thomas had also worked as her daughter’s manager before her unfortunate death. This was obviously a horrific emotional blow to Megan Thee Stallion. She admired her mother’s sense of humor and unflinching stability: “She is the only person that could make me cry laughing. I be feeling so lost [without] her but I try my best to keep my sh*t on track how she would. The best mom in the whole world. The strongest woman on the planet. I can’t even put complete sentences together… RIP mama.” Motivating Other Women Megan Thee Stallion may stand alone on the microphone. But she doesn’t want to be the only woman standing tall in a society that tries to diminish the confidence of women with discrimination and sexist bias. She wants other women to feel fantastic about themselves too. Megan Thee Stallion explained her female-positive perspective with Vulture: “I don’t care about a lot of people’s opinions, and I feel like that probably comes across in my music, too, and in my personality…I just really want other women to feel like that because I feel like sometimes we walk around so uptight and we walk around trying to be something that we’re not, trying to hold up that image that we think that other people want to see. That doesn’t need to be the case. When you’re just being yourself, people gravitate toward that than you being what you think people want you to be. So, I definitely just want other girls to feel like how I feel. We working on that though, day by day.” Megan Thee Stallion is proof that you can take a quality about yourself that some people may try to make fun of you for and flip it around into your superpower.