First Black Woman to Cover Forbes 30 Under 30 Megan Thee Stallion Talks Vulnerability


Megan Thee Stallion is a big deal! The “Plan B” rapper, who is 27 years old, is the first Black woman to make Forbes 30 Under 30. The actor told the magazine, “It’s hard to be the first at something in 2022, so ah!”

In an interview, Megan said that the lyrics of Traumazine were “nervous.” “I liked this album a lot. This is the first time I’ve talked about how I feel or what I’m going through, so it made me nervous to write a lot of these songs “remarked. “

Some tunes scare me. I decided to write it and put it out there. What do you guys think?” Megan’s second studio album, Traumazine, came out in August. In singles like “Anxiety,” she talks about how hard it was for her after her mother died.

“I get nervous sometimes when I feel something. I’m not sure, but being weak makes me nervous “told Forbes. I’m still thinking about how the album makes other people feel.

After the album came out, the rapper who won a Grammy held two meet-and-greets in New York City and Los Angeles. At these events, many fans told her that they could relate to her new songs. Megan could remember what was said.

“It made me happy that the time I was vulnerable and talked about something I was going through, it was one of my fans’ favorites. I appreciate it, and they made me feel like it’s OK to not be OK and it’s OK to tell you I’m not OK,” she said.

Forbes says that Megan made $13 million in 2022 from royalties, ticket sales, merchandise, and endorsements from Nike, Revlon, and Popeyes. 2020 marked her 30 Under 30 debut.

The star, who hosted and performed on Saturday Night Live, just opened a place where fans with mental health problems can get help.

“Bad Bitches Have Bad Days Too” has helplines, podcasts about mental health, a list of resources, and referrals to therapists.

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