Like many of Megan Thee Stallion’s hit songs, “Plan B” starts off with a confident opening line from the Houston native. “Who the f*** you think you talking to, n***a? / F**k me? Nah, n***a, f*** you,” she demands on the track, per Genius. As the song progresses, Megan expresses regret over dating a scrubby dude before stating that he wouldn’t have “b***hes” without her. But before being called bitter, the rapper reassures him that she couldn’t care less. “But please don’t get it twisted, I ain’t trippin’ / I never put my faith in a n***a, b***h, I’ma die independent,” she advises.
In a 2021 interview with the Evening Standard, the Grammy winner opened up about how her perspective toward men has changed. “I’m starting to see how much more ignorant men are than I thought. When you’re a woman who’s not a threat, men don’t really bother you,” she explained. “And then as you grow into your own and as you become somebody who doesn’t need a man or somebody who is so independent … men like that damsel in distress type of role and that’s not me.”
Since its release, Megan’s fans have shown their support for the singer and her empowering song. One Twitter user wrote, “‘Plan B’ by @theestallion really out here reminding us women that men in fact still are not s***.”