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UPDATED 10/31/19, 9:20 p.m. ET: Megan has dropped off the second and third episode of Megan Thee Stallion P.I. in Hottieween. Watch "Suck A Neck" and "Hot Girl Sh*t" below.

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Megan Thee Stallion has dropped off the first episode of her new web series, Megan Thee Stallion P.I. in Hottieween. The series, which was made in collaboration with YouTube Music, stars Dave East, Jay Cole, and Megan making her acting debut.

The horror-themed show takes place in Stallion County and follows what happens after a "vicious" group known as the Fuccbois appear in the town. "Megan and her trusty sidekick Janine (Jay Cole,) are on the case. A chance encounter with the mysterious Archimedes (Dave East) provides leads and a potentially undying relationship," a description for the episode reads. 

Watch the episode, which was directed by Teyana Taylor, up top via YouTube.

In a recent interview with Vogue for their 24 Hours With... series, Megan said she was writing a horror movie. "Everyone knows I fuckin' love horror movies," the Houston rapper said. She went on to add that Evil Dead might be her favorite horror film. "I’m not even gonna lie to you, I think it’s Evil Dead," Megan said. "I like movies that make you semi fall in love with the villain so you have sympathy for him. You’re not gonna want the villain to die, maybe he won’t die. ‘Cause I feel like every good story, you can’t just necessarily kill off the villain. That’s why the Batman never killed Joker. How the fuck would you have Batman with no Joker?"

It wasn't the first time Megan has spoken about writing horror films. "I definitely wanna act, but, the crazy thing is I actually wanna write scary movies," she said during an interview with Complex at SXSW. "It's my favorite genre, and I feel like scary movies that have been coming out lately have been so predictable and so boring."

In other news, Megan is hosting two Halloween parties, one in Los Angeles and one in Atlanta, this week. 


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