Here's What Megan Thee Stallion Plans To Do With Her College Degree

If there's one thing Megan Thee Stallion completely embodies — it's being a boss. The "Savage" singer has grown exponentially over the last couple of years and has become somewhat of a household name. Making it to Time's 2020 "Top 100 Most Influential People" is only one of the many achievements Megan has to celebrate. With countless songs topping the charts and going even further to become iconic anthems from "Hot Girl Summer" to "WAP," Megan has truly made it (via Time).

A truly talented female rapper, Megan's fans idolize her for a lot more than her impeccable lyrics and musical timing. Throughout her journey, Megan has always represented a truly powerful, confident, and unapologetic role model for many. Her passion for her music shines through and she shared with The Evening Standard, "I feel like music is my core." Megan's music powerfully fuels women around the world with the same boldness and confidence she projects. 

But it's not only her music that makes the mogul such an icon, Megan proved she can really do it all when she earned the college degree she worked so hard for.

Megan Thee Stallion hopes to open an assisted-living facility

"2021, finna graduate college," Megan Thee Stallion claimed it through her hit song "Thot S**t" and she made good on that promise when she proudly shared her graduation photos in October 2021 (via CNN). The Houston-originated rapper has always been transparent and shared her journey through her social media of her maintaining a healthy balance of partying hard and studying hard. Her hard work has finally paid off. 

Megan had been pursuing a degree in Health Administration at Texas Southern University via online classes (via People). She opened up to People to share what really inspired and pushed her to stick to getting her degree, "I want my big mama to be proud. She saw me going to school before she passed," she said. "My grandmother that's still alive used to be a teacher, so she's on my butt about finishing school. I'm doing it for me, but I'm also doing it for the women in my family who made me who I am today." Megan had a difficult year in 2019 after losing her mother and her grandmother shortly after. 

Megan won't be stopping at a degree. She has big plans to open up her own assisted-living facility where she can employ all of her friends and everyone that supported her (via NME).