- Megan Thee Stallion went on social media to celebrate her graduation from Texas Southern University
- The delighted graduate shared a streaming link with fans online who saw her take her majestic walk to pick her degree
- The artiste appeared to dedicate the award to her late parents as she noted they would be proud of her
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US rapper Megan Thee Stallion has graduated from university and is elated over her achievement.
The famous musician finally got her degree on Saturday, December 11, during a graduation ceremony at Texas Southern University.
Going on Twitter and Instagram, Megan finally revealed that she was graduating with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Health Administration.
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She even shared a streaming link for her graduation ceremony with her fans online, and many watched her walk across the stage with her gown and cap.
Megan posed for photos as she picked her degree with others in her midst, asking for selfies while recording her big moment on their phones.
On her Instagram, she said her parents must have posthumously celebrated her and thanked everyone for the love they had shown.
"Meg Thee Graduate, I know my parents are looking down on me so proud. Thank you everyone for all the love today," she wrote.
Yaass gurl: Megan Thee Stallion is a whole college graduate
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Cognac Queen hitmaker Megan Thee Stallion is officially a tertiary-educated woman. The rapper who has been vocal about her academic goals has reached the finish line of her degree. Megan has fans singing her praises as the ultimate hot girl.
Megan The Stallion has been open about her academic journey with her followers. The rapper took online classes throughout her extremely busy schedule to make sure that she walks out o her college as a woman with a degree, reports Daily Mail.
Meg says a huge part of her inspiration to pursue tertiary education was her mother Holly Thomas who passed away in 2019 after a battle with brain cancer. When speaking about her academics she said:
"I want to get my degree because I really want my mom to be proud."
Source: Briefly News