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Megan Thee Stallion donates supplies to Houston nursing home

“It’s important to lend out a helping hand at this time,” she said.

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Megan Thee Stallion is seeing the effects of the pandemic in her home city. To help out during these uncertain times, the Houston-bred Hottie has partnered with Amazon Music to donate supplies, money and Amazon Fire tablets to the residents and staff at a local Houston nursing home.

“What’s up Hotties, it’s Megan Thee Stallion — a.k.a, the Hot Girl coach. I have teamed up with Amazon Music just to donate some supplies and some money and some Fire tablets to the residents and the staff at the Park Manor Skilled Nursing Home in Houston, TX, my hometown, my city,” Megan announced on Instagram Tuesday (April 7).

“Just because it’s important to lend out a helping hand at this time and just show everybody that’s still working that we support them,” she continued. “And, to support our grandparents at this time.

Megan further revealed that she also hasn’t been able to visit her grandmother due to Coronavirus.

“I’m really hurt because I can’t go see my grandmother, but I just wanted to make sure that my Hotties could still communicate with their grandparents,” she said.

Megan’s donation adds to an endless list of contributions that have come from hip hop celebrities. DJ Khaled, JAY-Z, Rihanna, Lizzo, Ciara, Quavo, Future and more have donated supplies, masks, funds and food to healthcare professionals, pandemic relief organizations and more.

Also aiming to support the elderly during this time, Master P recently announced that his Team Hope Foundation would provide house cleaning services, groceries, water, toilet paper, cleaning supplies and more to New Orleans residents over the age of 60.

“My thing is, a lot of people forget about the elderly and a lot of the elderly are the ones that are getting hit hard,” he told TMZ. “We are losing a lot of the elderly in the community and my thing is, making sure we go out and get them groceries and making sure that we make monetary donations to them.”

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