“I’m really proud of this apparel collection with Cash App,” Meg said in a statement. “Not only did we create a fierce and stylish look for my Hotties, but we’re also giving back to communities in need in a meaningful way.”
The exclusive collection comes on the heels of Megan Thee Stallion and Cash App’s partnered giveaway of $1 million in stock to advocate for accessible financial literacy. As part of this pledge, the “Thot Shit” rapper released an investing tutorial collaboration on YouTube titled “Investing for Hotties,” where Meg educates viewers on financial concepts such as diversification and dollar-cost averaging.
Megan has always used her platform to support her hometown community. On Monday (November 29), she told The Houston Chronicle she canceled her upcoming December 3 homecoming show to honor the victims of the Astroworld tragedy.
“Out of respect for the lives lost in Houston earlier this month, I have decided to cancel my show at 713 Music Hall on December 3,” she said in a statement. “Houston is still healing and it’s important that our community be given the appropriate time to grieve. My heart goes out to all the families that are suffering during this difficult time.”
Megan Thee Stallion was meant to perform a few shows to celebrate her graduation from Texas Southern University, where she’s scheduled to receive her bachelor’s degree on December 11.
The November 5 Astroworld Festival claimed 10 lives, including that of 9-year-old Ezra Blount, whose family recently rejected Travis Scott’s pledge to pay for their child’s funeral costs.
“Your client’s offer is decline,” Blount’s family attorney Bob Hilliard in a letter obtained by Rolling Stone said. “I have no doubt Mr. Scott feels remorse. His journey ahead will be painful. He must face and hopefully see that he bears some of the responsibility for this tragedy.”