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In the previous 3 years, Megan Thee Stallion has actually finished college, lost her mom, carried out at the Oscars, been shot, and been implicated of lying about it in the media and in the courtroom. All this while tape-recording music and carrying out around the globe, not to discuss enduring an international pandemic. She understands the worth of requesting for assistance, and now she’s offering resources so her fans can do the very same.
Over the weekend, Megan released a brand-new site, Bad Bitches Have Bad Days Too, Particularly for Hotties who may require an assisting hand however do not understand how to get it. The website, which is called after a lyric in her tune “Stress and anxiety,” includes lists of resources, total with links and telephone number. The resources are separated into classifications like “Free Treatment Organizations” and “LGBTQIA+ Neighborhood Resources.” The website showcases a wide range of companies, consisting of ones that are customized to the Black neighborhood.
Megan hasn’t promoted the website on her individual Instagram and Twitter, however supposedly revealed it by means of an e-mail to her fans. It got larger presence after it was tweeted out by Shea Jordan Smith, who called it “Genuine hot woman shit.” According to a follow-up tweet from Smiththe rap artist informed her fans, “You understand just how much psychological health suggests to me, so I produced a center with resources that can assist when you may require a hand.”
Megan has actually been open about her own individual treatment journey. Last October, she discussed how she looks after her psychological health throughout a look on Taraji P. Henson’s Assurance With Taraji. “Today, psychological health is more crucial to me, more than ever, due to the fact that I have more pressure on me than I seem like I utilized to have,” she discussed. In the episode, she likewise discussed how the death of her mom in 2019 moved her to look for treatment. “Now, in this area, I have actually lost both of my moms and dads. So now, I resemble, ‘Oh my gosh, who do I talk with? What do I do?’ And I simply began discovering that it’s alright to request for assistance. And it’s alright to wish to get treatment.”