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Megan Thee Stallion creates ‘Don’t Stop’ scholarship fund for women of color

Megan Thee Stallion (Photo credit: Bang Media)

Megan Thee Stallion has launched her own scholarship fund.

The “Savage” hitmaker has joined forces with Amazon Music to award two $10,000 scholarships to women of color as part of her “Don’t Stop” Scholarship Fund, which is named after her latest single, “Don’t Stop,” featuring Young Thug.

A statement issued to the press reads: “2020 has brought so many obstacles, but we keep going.

“Megan has partnered with Amazon Music’s rap rotation and will award two $10,000 scholarships to women of color that are pursuing an associates, bachelors or post-graduate degree in any field of study.(sic)”

On Twitter, the “WAP” star said: “College hot girls, this one is for you so listen up. I’m giving away $10,000 scholarships to two women of color.”

Megan launching her own education fund comes after the 25-year-old star recently shared how she hopes to inspire other women to realize their dreams.

The “Hot Girl Summer” hitmaker has experienced a meteoric rise over recent months, and Megan is now determined to use her ever-growing platform to help inspire young girls around the world.

She said: “I love the fact that I have a voice, and I love the fact that I do inspire a lot of girls, and I didn’t realize it at first. I was just being me.

“Some of the things I say, I realized that some women might really wanna say them. So I just keep all of these things in the back of my mind when I’m writing.

“I’m not gon’ say I feel pressure, but sometimes I will get a little tingly because I just want to put out the best music for my fans as possible. I don’t like to disappoint them.

“So when I’m recording, I’m super hard on myself. I’m just always like, okay, I need to go harder than that. I’ll write and rewrite a verse about eight times.”