Megan Thee Stallion celebrates as she becomes first black woman to cover Forbes 30 Under30

  • Megan Thee Stallion celebrates being the first black woman on the cover of Forbes 30 under 30

  • Megan Thee Stallion becomes first black woman to cover Forbes ‘30Under30’

Megan Thee Stallion celebrates as she becomes first black woman to cover Forbes 30 Under30
Megan Thee Stallion celebrates as she becomes first black woman to cover Forbes 30 Under30

Megan Thee Stallion took to Instagram on Monday to celebrate a major accomplishment: she was named the first black woman to cover Forbes 30 Under 30.

Announcing on their official Instagram page, Forbes wrote, “Since 2019, Megan has surged ahead on hip-hop’s inside rail, leaping from $500 gigs in her hometown of Houston to partnering with music’s biggest stars—Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, BTS and Dua Lipa.

“She is the first Black woman to cover the Forbes Under 30 issue.”

 

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Megan also shared her stunning cover to her social media, writing: ‘First BLACK WOMAN on thee cover of @forbes 30 under 30 real hotgirl s***’ and adding, ‘see you soon hotties love yal.’

While speaking on her latest accomplishment, Megan said, “It’s really hard to be the first something in 2022!”

“I want to be bigger than just my music.”

 

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Meanwhile, Megan Thee Stallion is currently gearing up for the unveiling of her third studio album and a trip around the globe to perform for the Hotties.

Although there is no official name for the full-length project or dates for the tour just yet.

The forthcoming project has a lot to live up to, considering her second album, Traumazine, which hit the shelves this past August, is often noted as the 27-year-old’s best work yet.

Traumazine controversial tracks like “NDA,” “Her,” “Pressurelicious,” and “Plan B.”

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