Both music artists were in Los Angeles late last month for the 2019 BET Awards and apparently crossed each other’s paths to serve up some fierce looks. Monica sported a black mesh bodysuit with a white cropped hoodie, a $3,800 Dior crochet skirt, and white and black sneakers. She complemented her look with a pair of black oversized sunglasses and intently posed with her right arm behind her.
Thee Stallion stood right by the “Angel of Mine” singer’s side while posing with her hand on her hip. She was draped in an all red one piece ensemble that accentuated her rump-shaker. Like Monica, she too wore and black and white sneakers.
The pair posed for a second Instagram photo, seemingly in front of their white wardrobe honey wagons. Monica quoted lyrics in her caption from Thee Stallion’s song “Pimpin.”
“Flew to LA hit rodeo , I been out here making queso , I bought all my sh*t in cash , They treat me like um movin yayo” 😜 I love ha… M&M @theestallion ♥️,” the singer wrote in her caption.
Fans gawked over the two celebs and their fierceness.
“This is real hot girl shit! I’m here for this duo! Monica! That outfit is giving me classy, fun and sexy at the same dam time fr!🔥.”
“🗣 Ok Mo talk yo sh-t‼️ #realhotgirlsh-t You are always on point Mo…..😍🔥 Megan looks stunning!”
“Now thassa vibe!!! Mo & Meg 🔥 im all the way here for this.”
“Gorgeous and sexy my two faves!!!!🖤 serving ❣️🎤. y’all doing a song together or what.. 🔥🔥 we waitin sis.”
Lately, the “T.I. & Tiny: Friends and Family Hustle” star has been going through a divorce with her husband, former NBA player Shannon Brown, whom she’d been married to since November 2010. It’s unclear as to why the pair are divorcing, but she seemingly made it clear on the VH1 series that she and Brown are seemingly over for good.
“I’m just gonna stay focused on my kids, make sure that nothing’s changing how they feel,” she said.
Monica and Shannon share 5-year-old daughter Laiyah Brown together. She also has two sons, Rocko and Romelo Hill, from her previous relationship with Atlanta rapper Rocko Hill.