Megan Thee Stallion’s entourage might need to learn the rules of the road track when it comes to media etiquette at a Formula 1 event — at least according to this driver-turned-reporter.
Check out this interaction between Sky News’ Martin Brundle (an ex-racer himself) and Meg, whom he bum-rushed while she and her posse were striking their way across the grid at the U.S. Grand Prix Sunday … where all the cars and pit crews were hanging out on the ground-level, and where camera crews were rolling … with journos on the hunt for interviews.
In the middle of their live coverage — which was getting broadcast on ESPN — Brundle noticed MTS making her way through the commotion, and tried getting an impromptu one-on-one chat with her … which he sorta successfully did, if only for a short while.
He asks her if she has any “rap for us today on Formula One” … and she laughs, saying no — she didn’t have anything for him. Brundle pressed further, asking who she was rooting for.
Before Megan even got a chance to respond, some dude in her crew swooped in from behind and pushed Brundle back … apparently telling him he “couldn’t do that.”
Well, old Martin had a helluva comeback to that … saying that not only can he do that, but he just did. OHHHHHHH!!!! The irritated look-back from the blond assistant is classic too. 😆
There are different reactions to this … some say MB shouldn’t have gotten in her space like that. However, others say she (and her team) shoulda known it’s fair game in the F1 world … especially from Martin, who’s a vet in the biz and well-known figure — not a random pap.
Unclear what Meg knows about F1 … she appeared to be there simply to plug Cashapp.