Disney’s ‘She-Hulk’ Introduces Twerking To The MCU With Superstar Rapper Cameo

Disney’s ‘She-Hulk’ Introduces Twerking To The MCU With Superstar Rapper Cameo

Disney Plus’ new series “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” has  introduced the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) to the idea of twerking after superstar Megan Thee Stallion made a cameo appearance.

On the latest episode of the streaming site’s new Marvel show, Tatiana Maslany, who plays She-Hulk/Jennifer Walters, gets a lesson on twerking when the “Savage” hitmaker showed up on the third episode of the series.

The rapper officially became part of the Marvel Universe when she made an appearance in a court room scene on an episode dealing with an elderly Asgardian shapeshifter who’s been accused of taking the form of the “Shot’s Fired” hitmaker in an effort to seduce Walters’ co-worker, the Washington Post reported in a piece published Thursday.

On the show, the real Megan Thee Stallion shouts out loud in the court room to declare herself the one and only.

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She is later spotted during a post-credits scene where she is joined by Maslany after the rapper hires She-Hulk to be her lawyer. The pair then celebrate with a lesson on twerking as She-Hulk and the “Thot S***” hitmaker shake their backsides.

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In the clip, Megan declares that the She-Hulk is “way more fun than my last lawyer.”

“I will kill for you, Megan Thee Stallion,” Maslany’s character replied.

She-Hulk” head writer Jessica Gao talked about the inclusion of the rapper in the MCU and shared that when they were working on the script, they “knew that we needed a famous, beautiful, successful female celebrity for the story to work, but we didn’t know what type [of celebrity],” Decider noted.

Gao explained that actress Jameela Jamil, who plays She-Hulk’s nemesis, suggested Megan Thee Stallion and that was it.

“Jameela was the one who brought up Megan because she knew her from working on Legendary,” Gao said, referencing the HBO Max reality competition series where Jamil and the rapper were judges. “The moment we knew that we could get Megan, then we were like, ‘There’s no other discussion.’ It has to be her.’”

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