Megan Thee Stallion was supposed to perform in her hometown of Houston this month, but she has opted to postpone it. The “WAP” hitmaker was set to perform at Houston’s new 713 Music Hall, but she told the Houston Chronicle that she wanted to give her community time to mourn after the deaths at Astroworld earlier this month.
“I have decided to cancel my gig at 713 Music Hall on December 3 in honor of the lives lost in Houston earlier this month.” Houston is still recovering, and it’s critical that our community be given the time it needs to mourn. In a statement to the TV station, she said, “My heart goes out to all the families who are suffering during this tough time.”
Megan Thee Stallion already revealed that she would be performing a few performances in December to help celebrate her official graduation from Texas Southern University on Dec. 11, when she would receive her bachelor’s degree in health management.
Megan Thee Stallion, a Houston native, just released her Hot Girl Enterprise limited-edition fashion line in collaboration with CashApp. The line, which comprises a t-shirt, shorts, and a bucket hat, was designed by the Savage lyricist and is available on shop.cash.app for her hotties to rock next summer. The collection’s revenues will be utilized to fund nonprofit programs in Houston and across the world that focus on education, housing, health, and wellbeing.
Megan Thee Stallion and Cash App began their partnership earlier this year with the purpose of teaching investing and financial literacy for fans. In addition to giving away $1 million in Cash App stock, Meg also starred in a series of educational videos teaching fans about such subjects as NFTs and cryptocurrency like Bitcoin.