Megan Thee Stallion Celebrating Her College Graduation

The ‘Savage’ rapper receives outpouring love and support as she officially becomes a Bachelor of Science in health administration after graduating from Texas Southern University.

AceShowbizMegan Thee Stallion officially graduated from college. Wearing a standard graduation gown with the phrase “real hot girl sh*t” written on her cap, the female rapper flashed big smiles as she received her degree from Texas Southern University.

She graduated from TSU with a Bachelor of Science in health administration. “Meg Thee Graduate,” so she gushed on Instagram. “I know my parents are looking down on me so proud. Thank you everyone for all the love today.”

The star was celebrated by her boyfriend Pardison Fontaine. She was also showered with love and congratulations by fans and fellow stars like Lizzo, Kash Doll, Juicy J, Charli D’Amelio, Gabrielle Union, Taraji P. Henson, and Busta Rhymes.

Ciara cheered her on as well as she commented on the femcee’s post, “Proud of you Meg! Way to get it done! You’re inspiring so many.” Cardi B also wrote similar remarks, “I know your momma proud of you. You got people emotional over here.”

Despite her struggle to juggle college and career because of her hectic schedule as an entertainer, Megan Thee Stallion was determined to finish her study to honor her late mother and late grandmother.

“I have to finish everything I start. I’m not a quitter. What I’m studying is something I’m genuinely passionate about. My grandmother was a teacher; she definitely always pushes me to finish school. When my mother was still alive, she definitely was pushing me to finish college, so I’m definitely going to do it for those two,” she said in an interview last year.

Although it was tough, being a student kept her grounded. “School has kept me grounded,” she said earlier this year. “I might have an amazing night but knowing I have to finish a paper, project or my homework to graduate, keeps my head on straight.”

She planned to open her own assisted-living facilities after graduating.

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