Reneé Rapp gushes over Megan Thee Stallion (and her ‘beautiful’ butt) in a hilariously unfiltered interview

This girl has no filter and we love it.
Rene Rapp gushes over Megan Thee Stallion  in a hilariously unfiltered interview

This mean girl stans a hot girl. Renée Rapp, the pop singer and Sex Lives of College Girls star who takes on the role of Regina George in the new Mean Girls movie musical, also recorded a song with rapper Megan Thee Stallion for the movie's soundtrack. And if you think you're a bigger Meg fan than Rapp…just know, you're not.

During a press interview for the new movie, an Extra reporter asked about the collab, and Rapp was more than happy to rhapsodise about the Houston-born rapper. In her own unique way.

“So sick. Like, so sick,” she said of the experience of working together. Then she added, “Actually, best ass I’ve ever seen in my life. I don’t even mean that in a funny way; I mean that in a real way. We were in dance rehearsal and I was like, ‘Wow. This is incredible. I’ve actually never seen anything like this.’”

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Rapp then turned slightly more serious, openly declaring her admiration for her fellow artist and fellow woman: “So, first of all, [she's] amazing. Second of all, she’s the coolest, and I’m such a huge fan of hers, and I’m a true, true Meg supporter. I hate that other man,” she said, almost certainly referring to Meg's ex, rapper Tory Lanez, who is currently serving a 10-year sentence for shooting Megan in the foot.

Despite his guilt, Lanez continues to have fans and supporters, but Rapp is certainly not one of them. “I love Megan Thee Stallion,” she said. “I love her. If anybody tries her when it comes to that sorry-ass man, it’s a do-or-die fight for me.”

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Elsewhere in the hilariously unfiltered interview, Rapp also called out a ‘man who owns a bus touring company’ named Buddy for being an ‘asshole’. “He was so disrespectful to my friends,” she says while co-star Christopher Briney buries his head in his hands. “If you're watching this, I can't stand you and I hope your business burns. You are so disrespectful and so misogynistic.”

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See, the thing about Reneé Rapp is that she speaks her mind whether you like it or not, and you know what? Good for her. Regina George's one redeeming quality was her ability to cut through the bullshit and the niceties. May we all be so bold.

A version of this story originally appeared on GLAMOUR US.