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Sassy, bougie, educated. Megan Thee Stallion wants to celebrate other women of color who “Don’t Stop” pursuing their higher education by awarding a couple of $10,000 scholarships.
Megan partnered with Rap Rotation, Amazon Music’s flagship global hip-hop brand, to kickstart her Don’t Stop Scholarship Fund on Thursday (Oct. 8), which is named after her newest single featuring Young Thug. She’s offering these scholarships to two female students pursuing an associate, bachelor or postgraduate degree in any field.
And the 25-year-old rapper relates to the struggle: She’s been topping the charts all while working toward her health care administration degree at Texas Southern University.
Upon announcing the scholarship fund on Twitter, the “Savage” artist informed all the “college hot girls” that they crashed the website. “The site will be back up in a few minutes and it is a GLOBAL SCHOLARSHIP so hot girls from all over the world can apply,” she tweeted.
COLLEGE HOT GIRLS THIS ONE IS FOR YOU SO LISTEN UP IM GIVING AWAY 2 10,000 SCHOLARSHIPS TO TWO WOMEN OF COLOR IN ANY FEILD OF STUDY ‼️‼️‼️ APPLY NOW #DONTSTOPSCHOLARSHIP https://t.co/NpSUEEDKdm pic.twitter.com/6A93IcnXzQ
— HOT GIRL MEG (@theestallion) October 8, 2020
This story first appeared on Billboard.com.
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