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It turns out Jamaican Olympic sprinter Megan Tapper can also spit some bars.
After winning bronze in the Women's 100m hurdles final at the Tokyo Olympics, she was interviewed by Jamaican TV and was absolutely buzzing.
So much so, when asked 'what's next' for her, she started to rap lyrics to Nicki Minaj's song Moment For Life and Twitter was loving it.
The viral video was posted hours ago (Aug 2) and has received over 300,000 views so far.
Amongst the many responses, Nicki Minaj herself, saw the footage and replied to the bronze medallist.
Nicki wrote: "Incredible. Wow. Ok Queen. Talent on a billion. Beauty on a trillion."
Incredible. Wow. Ok Queen. Talent on a billion. Beauty on a trillion. :hearts::kissing_heart::flag_jm::trophy: https://t.co/35QVFM2Z8B
- BEAM ME UP SCOTTY MIXTAPE OUT NOW:bangbang::ribbon::hearts: (@NICKIMINAJ) August 2, 2021
Lyrics from the rap included - 'in this very moment I'm king' and 'I'm not lucky, I'm blessed'.
Megan's sound was obviously on point and others seemed to agree with Nicki.
One user wrote: "Absolutely love love love her personality...she's a ball of fun in a small package...but a force to be reckon with....well done Megan."
A second user added: "She is an Andrews Girl and such a a ball of energy, you cannot not smile just watching her, Bless her."
Whilst a final user concluded: "She is full a vibes. She has a wonderful personality. Congrats to her. We needed this Medal."
The Jamaican sprinter finished in third place and completed the race in 12.55 seconds. Second place went to USA's Kendra Harrison (12.52 seconds), whilst first place went to Jasmine Camacho-Quinn of Puerto Rico (12.37 seconds).
Meanwhile, also today (Aug 2) at the Tokyo Olympics, diver Pamela Ware scored zero after she landed feet first in the three-metre springboard whilst attempting to make the final.
OTRO CERO en CLAVADOS
Ahora fue la canadiense :flag_ca: PAMELA WARE quien perdió la concentración y no pudo lanzar su clavado. Ayer fue la mexicana Arantxa Chávez @ArantxaChvezM1 Ambas quedaron fuera de la competencia.
Acá :point_down::point_down::point_down: los dos fallos muy parecidos... pic.twitter.com/17dwJBURJM
- ú (@davosv2004) July 31, 2021
She made her debut at this year's Olympics in Tokyo and was unlucky to miscue the jump with a difficulty of 3.5, which confirmed her exit from the competition, finishing 18th.
The Canadian took to Instagram and reflected on the unfortunate incident and said that the mistake 'could have happened to anybody'.
Ware said: "I was so ready for this competition, and I made a mistake. It could have happened to anybody, but it happened to me at the wrong time."
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