Pardison Fontainemade headlines with his diss track, “Thee Person,” targetingex-girlfriendMegan Thee Stallion. In a revealing interview on The Breakfast Club, the rapper/songwriter addresses the controversies surrounding the diss track and sheds light on its impact on his reputation.
On Dec.13, Pardison Fontaine appeared on the well-known iHeart Radio show, The Breakfast Club, to definitively clarify matters following the release of his diss track, “Thee Person,” aimed at ex-girlfriend Megan Thee Stallion, and the drop of her latest single, “Cobra.”
With compelling honesty, Pardi discussed Megan’s alleged dishonesty, its toll on him, and the importance of honesty in a relationship. During the interview, Fontaine expressed how the Traumazine artist’s single, “Cobra,” and her previous statements affected people’s perception of him.
Referring to the lyrics in “Cobra,” saying, “Getting his d!ck sucked in the same spot I’m sleeping,” The songwriter/rapper stated:
“With that one line, a lot of people made people not want to interview me.This is prior to me saying anything. Like “aww no he’s this, he’s that.” Like yall known me for a long time. I’ve never been a bad person. I’ve never been painted in any type of narrative. One that hurt me personally. It tarnished my image and it tarnished me as a person.”
Honesty Is Everything
Pardi also emphasized the importance of honesty in a relationship, expressing his concern over Megan’s alleged lies about her past sexual involvement with certain people. He continued:
“I dont think its ever been an issue of whose she’s been with, or any partner. But I think something to be judged is honesty in a relationship. I think that’s something to be judged. If I ask a specific question and you choose to tell the opposite of the truth, it becomes a lie. That is what I have a problem with.”
When asked if he had addressed the issue with Megan before it became public knowledge, Pardi confirmed that he had indeed confronted the Houston native about it. DJ Envy highlighted the seriousness of their relationship by mentioning Pardi’s plan to buy a ring for Megan. Fontaine then responded with:
“Thank you. I’m glad you said that. When I see alot of comments, I get a lot of questions. I’m like “ did you listen to this? I spoke on this.I said this. I’ve never been one to address things or “this person” on the internet.”
Fans on Twitter(X) had mixed reactions to Fontaine’s interview.
One user (@scorpianwings) stated, “Why book interviews if you don’t want to talk about the shit that’s happening? He’s literally talking in circles.” Another user (@syndarelea) stated, “I would hate for my interview(s) to be about her vs. my talent tbh but hey he’s taking the bait so…”
In November 2023, Pardison Fontaine released the diss track “Thee Person,” which sparked controversy and raised eyebrows in the music industry as he seemingly exposed Megan Thee Stallion’s alleged true colors.
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