Moniece Slaughter via Instagram

Moniece Slaughter took to Twitter to sound off about the mention of Megan’s Law in Megan Thee Stallion’s new single, “Hiss.” 

In the song, Megan fires a shot at Nicki Minaj and her husband, Kenneth Petty, when she rapped:

These hoes don't be mad at Megan, these hoes mad at Megan's Law

I don't really know what the problem is, but I guarantee y'all don't want me to start.

Under Megan’s Law, convicted sex offenders are required to register with their local Sheriff’s Department.

The Sheriff’s Department maintains a yearly registration for the duration of the period the person is mandated to register.

Nicki Minaj’s husband, Kenneth is a registered sex offender, who was arrested in March 2020 for failing to register as a sex offender in the state of California. 

Shortly, after the song was released Megan’s Law began to trend on Twitter, and Moniece Slaughter is big mad about it.

The former “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” star was fuming as she fired off several tweets expressing her empathy for the family of Megan Kanka, whose tragic 1994 murder was the catalyst for the legislation to be passed.

She slammed Megan Thee Stallion for mentioning Megan’s Law in a diss track writing, “It’s low AF.” 

Moniece said she would sue for emotional damages and demand that the lyrics of the song be changed and she would “gag order the artist.” 

Read the full rant below.

Imagine your 7yr old daughter is raped & murdered by a neighbor.

You fight for legislation to be passed.

He’s put on death row but the death penalty was abolished in that state.

So his sentence was commuted to life without parole.

So now you have to live without your baby.

You have to live in using that the killer is still alive and well.

A law in your departed daughter’s name & honor is passed.

AND now for the first time in over a decade your daughter is trending.

Your wound is reopened because a bitch used it as a bar in a diss track. Smh

If I were Megan Kanka’s family I would take every red cent from those single sales. I’d lawyer up and that video would be snatched from every platform I’d sue for emotional damages and I’d demand that the bar be changed and I’d gag order the artist.


Don’t profit off my pain or my child’s passing.

It’s low AF.

See Moniece Slaughter’s original tweets below.

Nicki Minaj liked Moniece’s tweets bringing attention to them.

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