The song was unleashed on Friday, and the New York rapper held nothing back as he opened up about his ex and made several claims that will get the internet talking. For starters, Pardi called himself "the realest n***a" closest to Meg, alleged she got liposuction and pretended to exercise, slept with multiple men while with him, and more.
In one of the more head-turning lines, Pardi shared that he was preparing to propose to Meg, but her actions became too much. This included going on live TV and allegedly lying to Gayle King.
"This the girl that I'm trying to propose to/Ask Greg Una I picked out a ring then you lied to my face/Went on TV and then lied to Gayle King/," Pardi raps. "I found out with the rest of the world/God I treated you like a queen/Whole time I'm a clown in your circus/I tried to pull you up out the mud/Here you are tryna drown me on purpose/You know the devil was a serpent/For some streams and views girl I hope it was worth it/This ain't for Megan Thee Stallion, this for Megan Thee Person."
He continued, "The way that you painting this picture's a shame/How many times did I catch you texting them n***as? You did you first I just did me bigger/You flew out the country ain't called for days in my mind we had parted ways/You was back moving awful stranger in an effort to fix it I took all the blame like I always do/Apologize for shit that I know I ain't do."
Despite letting off his frustrations on the song, the "Backin' It Up" artist saved some room to let Megan know he still cares about her. He said she is still able to reach out to his mother and that he's praying for her well-being.
Pardi's response comes after Megan released "Cobra," in which she claimed she caught a man getting oral sex in her bed. "Pulled up, caught him cheatin', gettin' his dick sucked in the same spot I'm sleepin," Meg said on the scathing track.
Although she didn't say who she caught in her bed, fans believed the lyric was for Pardi and flooded his Instagram page, demanding him to speak on the matter.
In his Instagram Stories, Pardison Fontaine gave what appeared to be a subliminal response to the accusations, using Future's "it's an evil world we live in" meme, followed by an image of Tristan Thompson laughing. The Houston rapper confirmed her relationship with Pardi back in 2021, and the pair dated for over two years, eventually breaking up in 2023.