Megan Thee Stallion resumed her partying ways a month after being the victim of a shooting. In a series of Instagram Stories posts, Hot Girl Meg showed herself out clubbing with Asian Doll a.k.a. Asian Da Brat and Akbar V.

Despite suffering a serious injury foot, Megan appeared to have no health concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Clips of her time at the club showed no social distancing or masks being worn to combat the coronavirus as health officials recommend.

Asian Doll’s attendance was even more surprising considering she’d been in a serious car accident over the weekend. According to her, she was injured when the vehicle flipped over and had to crawl out from the wreckage.

For Megan, the club adventure represented a slight return to normalcy following a crazy month in her life. A few days after Tory Lanez was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon in a vehicle in Los Angeles on July 12, Megan revealed she was shot in the foot during that incident.

Soon after, Lanez was accused of being the shooter and the Los Angeles Police Department launched an investigation into the matter. Although Megan never named Lanez as the perpetrator, she didn’t refute the stories accusing him either.

The shooting became a source of humor for social media, which didn’t sit well with Megan. She spoke out about the injuries she suffered and questioned why her trauma had become fodder for memes. Her tearful explanation even got 50 Cent to apologize for contributing to the jokes.

Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘WAP’ Makes Historic Billboard Hot 100 Debut

Things finally began to turn around for Roc Nation-managed rapper when the focus got back on her music in August. She teamed up with Cardi B on the single “WAP,” which quickly became a hit.

Even with its NSFW content, the collaborative track debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in record-setting fashion. The single racked up 93 million streams in its first week, which is the most for any song in chart history.

Two weeks after its release, Cardi and Megan’s “WAP” has already racked up over 100 million views on YouTube. Watch the video below.

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