In real life, Megan Thee Stallion is anything but a mean girl. According to her latest brand ambassador promo video for Coach, Meg channels her inner H-Town Baddie to give us the modern-day hot girl version of Regina George’s character from the pop culture movie, Mean Girls.
In her post she wrote, “The Htown Hottie aka the Hot Girl @coach aka Thee Black Regina George 💁🏽♀️ Coach Tv Fall 2021 watch now on @coach ‘s IG #coachforever2 #coachny”
Honestly, Megan Thee Stallion can definitely be the Black Regina George. She has become the object of most people’s affection and women everywhere are inspired by her work ethic, position on protecting Black women, and most obviously her music. While she isn’t necessarily a mean girl, she is a strong Black media figure using her influence for good.
This Coach promo video is one of many done by the ambassadors. Our beloved Michael B Jordan has a hilarious 70’s-inspired clip of him walking through the streets of New York City to a remixed version of the Shaft theme song.
The brand captioned, “Right on, it 𝘪𝘴 that ‘70s movie you know and love. The one starring leading man #MichaelBJordan (with a cameo by rapper and songwriter #Cordae). Volume up for the full experience.
Presented on Coach TV and created in collaboration with #FrancesFrances and the #CoachFamily, this vignette is part of our #CoachForever2 series.”
Who ever runs Coach’s creative and marketing team is doing a great job at keeping the brand fresh, while reaching all generations. I can see people of all ages relating to these promo clips because they tie in so many iconic eras. I mean, Michael B Jordan as a modern-day Shaft? Genius! Megan Thee Stallion refining the Regina George character? Again, genius. What do you think?