Following her Texas Southern College commencement over the weekend, Megan Thee Stallion revealed in an interview with Rolling Stone that she nonetheless plans to observe via on her promise of opening an assisted residing facility in her hometown of Houston.
The rapper instructed Rolling Stone that she was thrilled to have graduated and hopes to use her new diploma to make a distinction in the well being neighborhood.
“I’m still going to open up these assisted living facilities and I definitely want to hire new college graduates,” she stated. “Nobody ever wants to hire you fresh out of college. They feel like you have no experience, so I want to create a place where you can get experience.”
Again in 2020, Megan gave PEOPLE a sneak peek at some of her post-grad plans, which can embrace her fellow TSU alums.
“I really wanted to be an administrator over a hospital, but I knew I still wanted to be Megan Thee Stallion. I was like, ‘What can I do?’” Megan stated on the time. “I was like, ‘You know what, I’m gonna open an assisted-living facility and use the money that I make from rapping to open it. Then I’m gonna let my classmates run it.”
Megan’s dream of turning into a school graduate lastly got here true on Saturday, after a change of main and switching between in-person and on-line lessons whereas managing her rap profession.
She instructed the outlet, “I thought I wanted to be a nurse and then I found myself at school and I was like, okay, definitely don’t want to be a nurse.”
“I didn’t tell my parents I switched my major and then I started really rapping. I left Prairie View and I came home,” she stated. I received a job, however I used to be nonetheless going to neighborhood faculties. Lastly, I used to be like you already know what? I want to return on campus. So then that’s once I wound up at Texas Southern College.”
Megan just lately spoke to PEOPLE about her want to get hold of a level and the importance of training, regardless of her swift rise to the highest of the music business. Her late mom, Holly Thomas, who died in March 2019 after a battle with mind most cancers, was her inspiration.
In 2020 she instructed PEOPLE, “I want to get my degree because I really want my mom to be proud.”