Reneé Rapp playfully suggests that she and Cara Delevingne act as Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘lesbian protectors’ during their departure from an SNL event.

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

After her recent appearance on ‘SNL,’ the actress from ‘Mean Girls’ was observed strolling hand in hand with the “WAP” artist and Delevingne.

Megan Thee Stallion finds support and protection in her friends Cara Delevingne and Reneé Rapp.

After Rapp and Megan teamed up for a performance on Saturday Night Live this past weekend, the “WAP” rapper was seen walking hand-in-hand with the Mean Girls star and Delevingne as they left the NBC variety show’s after party at Doux Supper Club in N.Y.C. in the early hours of Sunday morning.

The 24-year-old “Tummy Hurts” artist and 31-year-old Delevingne opted for casual, predominantly black attire for the occasion, flanking Megan, 28, who looked striking in a sheer brown gown, standing out within the group.

Rapp posted a photo of the trio on her Instagram Story on Monday, accompanied by a playful caption that humorously referenced her and Delevingne’s roles as Megan’s companions, stating, “lesbian bodyguards (they can’t do anything but they’ll talk s—).”

Following Rapp’s initial performance of her single “Snow Angel” on this week’s SNL, Megan joined her on stage for the live debut of their collaboration “Not My Fault” from the recently released Mean Girls film soundtrack.

The surprise announcement of the joint performance was made by special guest Rachel McAdams, who originally played Rapp’s character Regina George in the 2004 Mean Girls film. After the show, Megan, who raps in “Not My Fault” that she is the “Black Regina George,” shared a post on Instagram featuring herself, McAdams, and Rapp recreating the iconic Spider-Man pointing meme in a lighthearted moment.

“Cause huhhh 🥹 all the Reginas in one room 🤭💖 #snl” she captioned the post.

In the initial photo, Megan and the two actresses formed a triangle on the SNL stage, extending their arms and pointing at each other. The rapper expressed shock, McAdams pouted, and Rapp smiled at the camera.

The subsequent slide in Megan’s post showcased the Spider-Man meme, presenting three renditions of the superhero in identical poses.

Earlier this month, Megan discussed her collaboration with Rapp in an interview with Entertainment Tonight at the Mean Girls premiere in N.Y.C. “I love Reneé. As soon as I met her I was like, ‘Oh, you my friend. OK.’ I love it. I love her, and I love Mean Girls,” the Grammy winner expressed to the outlet.

In a separate interview with Extra during the same period, Rapp expressed her excitement about working with Megan and commended one of the artist’s physical attributes. “Actually, best ass I’ve ever seen in my life. I don’t even mean that in a funny way — I mean that in a real way,” said the Sex Lives of College Girls actress regarding Megan. “We were in dance rehearsal, and I was like, ‘Wow. This is incredible. I’ve actually never seen anything like this.’”