Megan Thee Stallion Sends Flowers To U.S. Gymnast Jordan Chiles For Making It To 2024 Summer Olympics

Megan Thee Stallion has another certified Hot Girl on her side, and this one just happens to he heading to the 2024 Summer Olympics. Jordan Chiles secured her trip to Paris after a stellar performance in the Olympic trials earlier this week and the Houston rapper showed her support by sending her a gift.

Following her qualification, Chiles shouted Megan out specifically. “This was for you uncle and Megan, I’m going to the AHH-lympics!” the 23-year-old athlete said as she spoke to reporters afterwards. When saying “Olympics,” she stuck out her tongue and recited the “AHH” in the same cadence as Meg’s signature ad-lib.

The “Cobra” rapper caught the moment on Twitter and quoted the post by typing “my girllll” with several heart emojis. Shortly after, Chiles posted a bouquet of flowers she received from Thee Stallion herself, captioning the photo, “I’m literally crying, thank you friend these flowers are beautiful!”

In the note attached, Meg wrote, “Congratulations for qualifying for the AHH-lympics! Very excited to watch you shine in Paris and represent for all the Hot Girls! Megan.”

Chiles’ shoutout to Megan wasn’t a huge surprise, as the athlete has made her love for the “WAP” rapper well known. In a previous interview, Chiles shared that Meg’s music provided motivation and a confidence boost leading up to her big day.

“The whole time while we were getting ready we were vibing, we were listening to music, you know, Megan, Beyoncé, GloRilla. Every girl artist you can think of was popping up,” she said. “And I was like, ‘You know what? If these girls can slay like this, I can go out there and slay like them.”

The 2024 Paris Olympics opening ceremony will take place on July 26, and the games will run through Aug. 11.

Currently, Megan is enjoying a successful string of shows on her Hot Girl Summer Tour, and coincidentally, her next stop is in Paris on July 7. The run will conclude its Europe leg on July 17 and return to the states for two final festival performances in Chicago and Washington, D.C.