- Rihanna made Megan Thee Stallion’s recovery that much easier with a boujee care package
- Megan recently got shot and fellow celebs like Queen Bey and Riri have been sending her loads of love
- Megan got new Fenty X Savage lingerie from Riri which she put on and showed off on social media
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Rihanna made Megan Thee Stallion’s day when she sent her a Fenty and Savage collaborative lingerie line care package. Way to make a lady feel like a woman!
This came just after Beyoncé sent Megan another little gift too. Queen Bey sent her some flowers after Megan was recently shot and fellow celebs are wishing her a speedy recovery.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Riri decided to get Megan to strut her stuff in her new Fenty X Savage line and best believe it was the best move she made. Sis is pure fire.
Taking to social media, Megan shared some snaps of her rocking the Fenty X Savage line items she received and peeps had to check their pulses.
Riri sent a personal note with the package that said:
"Wishing you a full and speedy recovery, Meg! Just know you’ve got a whole crew here sending good vibes your way!!! Love Rihanna and the Fenty Corp gang.”
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Megan could not thank Riri enough for her sweet get-well gift. The support Megan has received has truly made her recovery a lot more comfortable.
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Megan Thee Stallion has taken to social media to reveal that she was shot multiple times on Sunday, 12 July.
The US rapper has also refuted reports that she was arrested on the same morning. The Savage hitmaker took to Instagram on Wednesday, 15 July to "set the record straight" on Sunday morning's events.
Hot Girl Meg, 25, said she suffered gunshot wounds as a result of a crime that was committed against her and "done with the intention to physically harm me".
"I was never arrested, the police officers drove me to the hospital where I underwent surgery to remove the bullets. I'm incredibly grateful to be alive."
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