Megan Thee Stallion Wants to Invite Her Hotties to Her College Graduation

Megan Thee Stallion
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Megan Thee Stallion attend the BET Awards 2021 at Microsoft Theater on June 27, 2021 in Los Angeles.

When Megan Thee Stallion walks across this stage at Texas Southern University this year to receive her degree, she wants to see the Hotties cheering her on from the sidelines.

The three-time Grammy winner -- who rapped in her latest single "Thot Shit," "2021, finna graduate college" -- is currently studying health care administration at TSU. She plans to use her college degree to open and manage assisted-living facilities in her hometown of Houston. But before she embarks on her post-grad dreams, she wants one dream to come true.

"I really want some of my hotties to come to my graduation," she tweeted on Monday (July 12). And another A-lister is already volunteering as tribute to be in attendance: Dylan O'Brien. He replied with a GIF of Kristen Stewart from the Charlie's Angels reboot pointing to herself and nodding her head.

But before Meg takes the next step into her future, the 26-year-old rapper looked back at her journey of pursuing higher education in the midst of her well-decorated musical career while also offering her fans some words of wisdom.

"My college experience has been a roller coaster! I started at PV went to come community colleges in between and I'm ending at TSU," she wrote in a separate tweet. "Don't get discouraged! You can chase your dreams and your education at the same time."

She's certainly made other college students' lives easier -- financially speaking -- by offering generous scholarships and funds. Last month, the "Savage" rapper made her offer of a full-tuition, four-year scholarship to a student at the Roc Nation School of Music, Sports and Entertainment at Long Island University (which Jay-Z’s entertainment company announced in August 2020), and the deadline to apply is on Thursday, July 15.

"I still have academic goals that I want to achieve, so if I can use my resources to open doors and create opportunities for at least one student, then it’s a victory," she said in a press statement at the time. "It’s important that we encourage our students to pursue their passions and put them in positions to become the next game changer in whichever fields they choose."

She previously launched the Don't Stop Scholarship Fund, named after her collaboration with Young Thug, in October 2020, which awarded two women of color pursuing an associate, bachelor or postgraduate degree in any field with $10,000 scholarships each.