Megan Thee Stallion Launches a New Scholarship Fund to Support Women of Color

From Harper's BAZAAR
Megan Thee Stallion has launched a new scholarship fund to support women in color.
The rapper has teamed up with Amazon Music's Rap Rotation to create the Don't Stop fund. The scholarship website reads, "To honor all the young women out there who keep working hard to get their education! Women are still underrepresented and undervalued in society, and female students of color are at the point of access more disadvantaged than financial resources. "Megan Thee Stallion is currently studying for a bachelor's degree in health administration alongside her hugely successful rap career.
Announcing the award on Instagram, Stallion announced the award, “COLLEGE HOTTIES LISTEN BECAUSE THIS IS FOR YOU. I GIVE TWO $ 10,000 SCHOLARSHIPS TO WOMEN OF COLOR WHO ARE PURCHASING A DEGREE IN ANY FIELD OF THE STUDY ??? LINK IN MY BIO #DONTSTOPSCHOLARSHIP? Let's get these degrees ladies ??. "
In June, Megan Thee made Stallion People aware of her decision to continue studying despite great chart success. "I want to graduate because I really want my mom to be proud ... She saw me go to school before she died." The stallion's mother, Holly Thomas, died of brain cancer in March 2019.
Stallion also revealed, "My grandmother, who is still alive, used to be a teacher so she's on my bum when it comes to quitting school. I do it for myself, but I do it for the women in my family too who made me who I am today. "
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