Megan Thee Stallion Gives Back to Her Hometown During Coronavirus Crisis

She's teaming up with Amazon to help Houston

Houston native Megan Thee Stallion had an exciting message to share with her hotties. On Tuesday, Meg announced on Instagram that she is teaming up with Amazon. Together they will donate money, supplies, and Amazon Fire tablets to the residents and staff at the Park Manor Nursing Facility to help aid them during the coronavirus pandemic.

“What's up Hotties, it's Megan Thee Stallion, aka the hot girl coach," she began in the video. "I have teamed up with Amazon Music just to donate some supplies, and some money and some Fire tablets to the residents and the staff at the Park Manor Skilled Nursing Home in Houston, TX, my hometown, my city. Just because it’s important to lend out a helping hand at this time and just show everybody that’s still working that we support them. And, to support our grandparents at this time."

The Hottie herself mentioned that she is “really hurt” that she isn’t able to visit her own grandmother, and wanted to be sure that her fans can communicate with their grandparents.

The "Captain Hook" star joins in on support, adding to the growing list of artists giving back to those in need and healthcare professionals working on the frontlines during the coronavirus pandemic.

JAY-Z and Rihanna

The music superstars' individual foundations - The Shawn Carter Foundation and The Clara Lionel Foundation -- are each donating $1 million to the coronavirus relief efforts.


The rapper’s Endless Summer Fund is teaming up with Larkin Street Youth Services to provide meals to local at-risk youth in San Francisco, every day for an entire month.

Lil Nas X

The "Old Town Road" rapper volunteered to help fans with their bills during the outbreak. "hey guys drop ur cashapp," he expressed via Twitter on March 12. "Gonna send some of u some money to go get some food then stay inside."

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