- US rapper Megan Thee Stallion is going to graduate from college very soon and is excited
- Taking to social media, Megan confirmed that she's still on track with getting her degree
- The rapper recently turned 26 and also plans to open an assisted living facility in her hometown
Megan The Stallion is going to graduate from college. The popular US rapper is not only beautiful, but she's got the brains to back it up. According to a report by Complex Music, Megan is also set to open an assisted living facility.
The rapper has just turned 26 but she's doing big things. Megan tweeted to a fan that she's still on track to graduate from college. The tweet from the fan has since been deleted.
“Ma'am I'm about to graduate in the fall and still gonna open my facility. Hope you get them retweets doe. They swore I wasn’t gonna get that degree SIKE," said Megan.
Megan has said before that she plans on opening an assisted living facility in her hometown, Houston, Texas. She's always wanted to do this even before she became a global superstar.
The rapper is studying for a qualification in Health Administration at Texas Southern University. Her career forced her to become a part-time student but she's done her best to make sure that fame doesn't get in her way.
When she turned 26, she took to social media to celebrate with her fans. If one thing's for sure, Megan is taking the world by storm.
In other world celebrity news, Briefly.co.za reported that Jay Z and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey raised R346m Bitcoin funds for Africa. Jay-Z and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey have teamed up to establish a new Bitcoin fund for the adoption of Bitcoin in African countries and India.
Jack took to Twitter a few days ago and shared that he and the hip-hop mogul have both invested 500 Bitcoin (worth about R346 million) into the project. Jack tweeted:
"JAY-Z/@S_C_ and I are giving 500 BTC to a new endowment named trust to fund #Bitcoin development, initially focused on teams in Africa & India. It‘ll be set up as a blind irrevocable trust, taking zero direction from us. We need 3 board members to start."
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