Megan Thee Stallion Welcomes October With Jack-o’-Lantern and Latte Photos

The “Hot Girl Summer” rapper is ushering in spooky season in style.
Megan Thee Stallion

Megan Thee Stallion.

Megan Thee Stallion ushered in the first day of October with a seasonal Instagram carousel that quickly went viral. The three-time Grammy Award winner got in the spooky spirit by donning a carved jack-o’-lantern on her head as she mimed sipping a (presumably pumpkin spice) latte.

The hilarious trio of photos started with a close-up of the rapper clad in a colorful zip-up sweater with a neon green furry collar. In the second pic, she held her pumpkin head in her stiletto-manicured hands. Megan stood poolside for the last pic, and showed off her toned abs in addition to her festive garb.

“My favorite time of the year 🧡,” she clarified in her Instagram story.

The festive post garnered more than one million likes in less than 24 hours and tons of comments from excited fans.

“Meg donning the pumpkin head is becoming my favorite holiday tradition,” one of the “Sweetest Pie” singer’s 31.3 million IG followers noted.

“Fun fact: Every October I look forward to Megan’s iconic pumpkin shenanigans🎃🥰,” someone else concurred.

“every year i wait for the pumpkin head pictures😩,” another fan wrote.

With her post, the 28-year-old continues to keep her quirky Halloween tradition alive. Last Oct. 1, the “Hot Girl Summer” singer shared a collage with a similar-looking carved pumpkin atop her head. She paired it with silky pink pajamas and what appeared to be a mimosa in one hand. The Texas native was pictured leafing through a coffee table book and answering the door in her seasonal attire.

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