The congratulatory comments are pouring in for one of Texas Southern University’s newest graduates. On Saturday (Dec. 11) Megan Thee Stallion officially graduated from TSU, and her fans are evidently proud of her. Miguel Cardona, the U.S. Secretary of Education, even chimed in with a personal video for Ms. Tina Snow.
“You’re graduating. Congratulations, you worked so hard for this. [I’m] so proud of you,” Cardona said. “Texas is proud of you, the country is proud of you, the secretary is proud of you. Continued success.”
Meg excitedly took to Twitter early Saturday (Dec. 11) morning to remind her hotties that today is her special day. “Good morning hotties !!! It’s graduation dayyyy,” she wrote, adding “#MeganTheeGraduate.” Her tweet also showcases a new emoji Twitter created specifically for Meg’s graduation as part of a #HottieGraduation takeover on the Twitter Music account.
The “Body” rapper’s diploma will likely be awarded to Megan Pete, which is Megan Thee Stallion’s real name. Meg is one of 843 graduates who were invited to celebrate their accomplishments achieved at TSU during the Winter Commencement on Saturday in the Health & Physical Education Arena, according to the school’s website.
The university held two ceremonies, separating graduates by their respective majors. Hot Girl Meg participated in the 12:30 p.m. event for graduates from the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, College of Liberal Arts and Behavioral Sciences, and the College of Science, Engineering and Technology.
The Grammy award-winning artist graduated with her bachelors degree in health administration. In November, Meg announced she would be graduating from the Houston-based HBCU via Instagram. “Showed my ass and still went to class. IMA ALWAYS STAND OUT WITH NO HANDOUTS. doing everything they said I can’t/couldn’t ! Megan Thee Mf Stallion aka the mf Htown Hottie is graduating dec 11th from TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY now go and talk abt that!” she wrote via IG. In a separate IG post, Meg mentioned that she would be performing in her hometown of Houston, Texas on Dec. 3, however, Meg decided to cancel the show at 713 Music Hall out of respect for the victims of the Astroworld Festival tragedy, per Houston Chronicle.
Watch TSU’s full commencement and check out Meg’s tweets below:
— Texas Southern University (@TexasSouthern) December 11, 2021
Good morning hotties !!! It’s graduation dayyyy #MeganTheeGraduate
— TINA SNOW (@theestallion) December 11, 2021
“You worked so hard for this. Texas is proud of you, the country is proud of you, the secretary is proud of you.”
— Megan Charts (@StallionOnChart) December 11, 2021
— TINA SNOW (@theestallion) December 11, 2021
— TINA SNOW (@theestallion) December 10, 2021
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