Megan Thee Stallion Reportedly Helped Pay for Funeral of Fan Who Died After Her Show

She also sent her condolences via Twitter.


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Megan Thee Stallion has reportedly given money to help cover funeral costs for a fan who was killed after her Washington D.C. show with Wale, HotNewHipHop reports.

A user with the Twitter handle @GinaTheSavage tweeted on Monday night, “So my cousin was in love with Megan Thee Stallion & was killed lastnight after leaving the club to see her, hopefully she see’s this,” including a photo of Megan, Wale, and a third man, assumed to be the the woman’s cousin, Cyril. The woman then shared the link for the GoFundMe campaign in a subsequent tweet.

I am so sorry for your lost 💔 His energy was amazing when we met

— TINA SNOW (@theestallion) May 28, 2019

Megan replied to the initial tweet with her condolences, writing, “I am so sorry for your lost” and “His energy was amazing when we met.”

The Shade Room shared screenshots of @GinaTheSavage’s alleged Twitter DMs, where Megan revealed she sent $1,200 and said, “Let me kno if y’all still need more if it don’t make it high enough.”

This gesture seems on par with Megan’s personality. Looking at the donations for the GoFundMe campaign, it shows that around the time of the DM conversation between Megan and @GinaTheSavage, someone named Megan Pete sent $1,200. Megan Pete is the rapper’s government name.

Megan released her 14-track debut album Fever on May 16, which includes features from DaBaby and Juicy J.

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