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Megan Thee Stallion Partners With Fashion Nova To Give Away $1 Million In Grants To Women Entrepreneurs

Megan Thee Stallion one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people. has joined forces with Fashion Nova in the Women on Top initiative to give $1 million to help support female-owned businesses. Female entrepreneurs, female students, and female nonprofits and charities.

Megan Thee Stallion is working to empower women. Through education, entrepreneurship, and charities. The Houston rapper has joined forces with Fashion Nova in the Women on Top initiative to give $1 million to help support female-owned businesses. Female entrepreneurs, female students, and female nonprofits and charities.

Honoring International Women’s Day, the five-time BET Hip Hop Award winner announced on Instagram she was excited to work with Fashion Nova Cares and be a part of giving $1 million to female organizations and business leaders.

“These donations are life changing and will help women of all ages get one step closer to making their dreams a reality,” Stallion posted.

As part of the Women on Top initiative from March 8 through March 30, Megan will announce a new recipient who will receive $25,000 or more to invest in their future. The “Savage” rapper also announced the YMCA in Houston as the first recipient to receive $25k. Anyone interested in applying can go to Fashion Nova Cares’ official website and submit their email, phone number, Instagram handle, and personal story.

Megan Thee Stallion one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people. Is known for the hit singles “Body,” “Girls In The Hood,” and “WAP” featuring Cardi B. Her debut album, “Good News,” was released November 2020. Featured Da Baby, Cardi B, Young Thug, Beyonce, SZA, Lil Durk, and more.

The Grammy-nominated artist is more than a rapper, singer, and songwriter. She has done some great things for her city as well as people from across the world.

Last October, she launched the Don’t Stop Scholarship Fund for black women pursuing a degree. In August, she and Cardi B joined forces with Cash App and Twitter to give away $1 million for women empowerment.

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