Megan Thee Stallion partners with Cash App to give $1 million worth of stocks to fans
BET’s Best Female Hip Hop Artist is teaching fans about investing.
Megan Thee Stallion is giving back to Hotties and encouraging financial literacy. On Tuesday (June 29), BET’s Best Female Hip Hop Artist partnered with Cash App to give away $1 million worth of stock to her fans. She also released a video teaching fans about investing and building wealth with stocks.
“Me and my thriving empire, Hot Girl Enterprises, have teamed up with Cash App to teach you everything I learned on the way up about money and how you can build your own empire,” Megan says in the clip.
“Buying stocks isn’t only for the big players. Anyone can start with as little as $1. Putting in a little money and seeing how it moves is a great way to learn about the stock market and start building up a portfolio,” she adds.
The Houston Hottie is helping her fans do just that by giving away $1 million in stocks. On Instagram, fans need only comment on her latest post with their $cashtag for a chance to win.
“Buying stocks seems complicated, but really it’s a pretty simple process,” Megan added. “The more you educate yourself the more equipped you’ll be to navigate investing. With my knowledge and your hustle, you’ll have your own empire in no time.”
According to a press release, the clip is one of the first in a series called “Investing For Hotties,” which will educate fans about the stock market.
Megan added on Instagram, “Listen up, Hot Girl CEO and [Cash App] are here to teach you about investing. To celebrate, I’ve partnered with [Cash App] to give out $1 MILLION in stock. Comment with your $cashtag for a chance to own some.”
This isn’t the first time Megan has given back to her fans. After “WAP,” her smash-hit with Cardi B, skyrocketed on the charts, the Grammy-winning rapper sent cash payments to Hotties. In December, she also blessed fans’ pockets with Bitcoin.
Watch Megan’s new “Investing For Hotties” video and see her Instagram post below.
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