In commemoration of Pride month, Megan Thee Stallion spots a rainbow-colored wig that has her fans swooning in admiration.
The rapper took to her Instagram to share not one post, but two of her showing off her look to the All Black Lives Matter + LGBT Pride protest in West Hollywood on Sunday.
Megan Thee Stallion at the BET Hip Hop Awards 2019 at Cobb Energy Center on October 05, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia | Photo: Getty Images
Her first upload, which is a video, shows her flipping her hair and showing off her curves as AlunaGeorge's "you know you like it" plays in the background.
Amid her solidarity for the LGBT and black community, [Megan Thee Stallion] has picked up five nominations for the 2020 BET Awards.
Clad in a figure-hugging matching set of Champion crop top and tights, she spots a full face makeup as brightly colored as her hair.
Her second post, a slideshow, is a mix of beautiful selfies highlighting her makeup and photos from Sunday's West Hollywood march. In a caption, she comments on her experience, saying,
"Today was a good day."
Both posts elicited the same reactions from her fans, including celebrities like Tamar Braxton, Naomi Campbell, and AlunaGeorge. The comment sections was filled with support for the gay community and compliments for the 25-year-old.
Blast reports that Megan's multi-colored weave reflects the rainbow sign, which has long been associated with the solidarity for gay people. The outlet adds that she has been using her platform to drive conversations about inequality in the US.
According to Daily Mail, the march which the "savage" singer was dressed for began on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and with the approval of Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell, the protesters inscribed "All Black Lives Matter" on the street the previous day.
Daily Mail shares that the rap artist remarkably balances her impressive career with her studies at Texas Southern University.
Stallion is currently studying for a degree in health-administration and hopes to open an assisted-living facility someday. Megan also features on HBO's LGBT ballroom competition, "Legendary" as a judge.
Amid her solidarity for the LGBT and black community, she has picked up five nominations for the 2020 BET Awards.
As reported by Metro UK, she and Drake are leading the nomination list as she faces stiff competition from other A-list musicians like Lizzo, Beyonce, Dababy, Roddy Rich, and H.E.R. for album of the year.
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