Megan Thee Stallion's 'Hot Girl Summer' Derailed By 'Christian Girl Autumn'

#ChristianGirlAutumn In Bid To Displace #HotGirlSummer 

Megan Thee Stallion took the summer by storm with 'Hot Girl Summer' trend which was widely accepted by fans, fellow celebrities, men and women all over. 

We shared all the BTS of Megan's 'Hot Girl Summer' ft Nicki Minaj and TY Dolla Sign some days back. The summer is coming to an end soon and another trend is already in to replace the 'hot boy & hot girl' slogan. 


A popular twitter influencer, @lasagnabby posted a photo of Caitlin Covington and Emily Gemma on the 9th of August. 

At that moment, @lasagnabby decided that, with summer ending, Megan Thee Stallion’s “Hot Girl Summer” would be over and Christian Girls would be the first to call dibs on the upcoming Fall season.

The post which was captioned “Hot Girl Summer is coming to an end, get ready for Christian Girl Autumn 🍂😍,” @asagnabby included a picture of Covington and Gemma has been trending ever since.


Fans have reacted as expected, roasting the duo’s Pumpkin Spice Latte-loving, Brandy Melville-wearing aura.

The girls have handled the meme treatment well. On Monday, Covington tweeted, “If all of Twitter is gonna make fun of my fall photos, at least pick some good ones! 🤣 Super proud of these. For the record, I do like pumpkin spice lattes. Cheers! ☕” along with pictures from the fall. 



The girls also spoke to Buzzfeed, “I’m white and Christian but none of the tweets were accurate,” remarked Gemma. “I laughed at all of it but...none of it’s true. We don’t ever want to speak to the manager!”

See some reactions by fans below :






Saweetie also attempted in starting 'Icy Girl Winter' but was immediately rebuked by fans.


Are you joining the 'Christian Girl Autumn' trend.. ? Share your thoughts ..


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