Houston rapper Megan Thee Stallion is picking favorites. The hip-hop heavyweight has co-signed a few new “Savage” remix challenges submitted by her Hot Girls.

Meg’s Faves

Over the past few hours, Meg has encouraged her fans to share their love for the newly released record. Megan Thee Stallion went to her Instagram page to repost a few must-see dance submissions to the “Savage” remix.

“I like this one too ??? #savagechallenge#savageremixchallenge” -Megan Thee Stallion’s Instagram

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I like this one too ??? #savagechallenge #savageremixchallenge

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Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savageremix challenge has continued in full force
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Damn I’m abt to have to learn this ?? #savageremix ??

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On Thursday, Stallion geeked out over the song’s immediate success. Meg revealed the record was trending on YouTube and already had over 2 million views.

“# 1 trending on YouTube ????? #savageremix” -Megan Thee Stallion’s Instagram

Wait, There’s More

Wednesday night, social media lit up the Internet with hilarious memes. One epic one features Beyoncé’s husband JAY-Z and their daughter Blue Ivy.

“She a savage, ?.” -Hip Hop Memes Daily’s Instagram

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She a savage, ?. #beyoncé #savageremix #megtheestallion

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Before You Go

On Wednesday, Bey shocked the world with her must-hear lyrics. The duo blew fans away with an uncensored, hard-hitting “Savage” remix.

Over the course of four minutes, fellow Houston native Beyoncé adds four original verses to “Savage (Remix),” bragging about how her hips would rule TikTok and inheriting her attitude from the mother monarch, Tina Knowles, over a subtly pounding, house-music-indebted piano. And because “classy” comes first, both Megan and Beyoncé have pledged to give their portions of the song’s proceeds to Bread of Life, a Houston nonprofit providing disaster relief to those impacted by COVID-19. (NPR)