Megan Thee Stallion has taken it upon herself to help her fans who are being impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.
On Wednesday, Megan took to Twitter where she asked her Hotties to drop their cash app names and use the hashtag #HottiesAtHome so that she could put some extra money in their pockets.
Along with being a a rap star, Megan goes to Texas Southern University where she studies healthcare administration. This fosters a deep appreciation for the healthcare workers who are putting their lives on the line during the pandemic. Megan is showing her gratitude by asking her fans who are healthcare workers to use the hashtag #HealthcareHotties accompanied by their cash apps so that she can bless their bank accounts.
Yet, her philanthropy doesn't stop with social media. Megan is also hitting the ground by partnering with Amazon Music to give supplies, money, and Amazon Fire tablets to residents at the Park Manor Skilled Nursing Facility in her native Houston, Texas. She hopes that the money and supplies will help supplement the facility during this crisis while the tablets will allow residents to communicate with their families who can't see them due to the threat of COVID-19 exposure.
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Meg isn't the only celebrity helping out her fans. Taylor Swift gave several fans $3,000 which they are using to help offset the financial burden the COVID-19 outbreak has created.