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    Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘Scream’-Inspired Halloween Nails Are Scary Good

    Megan Thee Stallion continues to be in the Halloween spirit. On Friday (Oct. 22), the “Thot Shit” rapper took to Instagram to share her newest set of spooky nails.

    “Spooky $et,” the rapper captioned the post of her nails, which features several versions of Ghostface from Scream — one face is bejeweled, while the others are sparkly, starry-eyed and bloody. Along with the images of her decked-out nails, Megan posed in a Ghostface mask and oversize Venom T-shirt, using a knife as a prop to complete the scary look.

    Finishing off the rapper’s photo set was a screen grab from the 2000 Scream spoof Scary Movie, where “Ghostface” is on the phone telling the person on the other end of the receiver that he’s “just chillin’, killin’.”

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