Following the exciting and big news, the ‘Hot Girl Summer’ hitmaker takes to her Twitter account to reflect on her career and her late mother in an emotional tweet.
AceShowbiz -The Hot Summer Girl is now officially a part of Roc Nation fam. Megan Thee Stallion announced to her fans that she had joined Jay-Z‘s management on Friday, September 13 post through her Instagram account.
“I would like to announce that I am officially apart of the @rocnation fam,” the “Hot Summer Girl” hitmaker wrote in the caption alongside a photo of her and Jeezy, adding, “The grind don’t stop!” Roc Nation’s official account was equally excited with her deal as it wrote in the comment section, “Thee HOTTEST.”
A lot of fellow celebrities sent their congratulatory messages to the breakout Houston rapper, among them were “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Tokyo Vanity and rapper Slim Thug.
Following the big news, Megan took to her Twitter account to reflect on her career and her late mother. “After my mom passed I promised myself I was going to keep going hard bc not only is music my dream but it was her dream for me too,” she wrote on the blue bird app. “I have days where I want to go hide and cry bc she’s not here but i kno that ain’t what she would want me to do! I kno she’s proud of me !”
Megan Thee Stallion shares emotional tweet after nabbing Roc Nation deals
According to Complex, the 24-year-old spitter will still release her music through 1501 Certified Ent/300. However, she will be backed by Roc Nation in managerial decisions. It is similar to Meek Mill and DJ Khaled who are both signed to separate labels.
Megan previously hinted at her joining Jeezy’s management after she was snapped attending Puma’s 5th Avenue opening with the “4:44” rapper back in August, much to everyone’s surprises.
The new deal with Roc Nation is only of the accomplishment that Megan has achieved this year as she recently dropped the music video for Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign-featuring track “Hot Girl Summer”, which marks the first female rap-collaboration to ever hit the top spot on iTunes U.S. chart. Her mixtape “Fever” was also well-received by critics and even became her first top ten effort on Billboard 200, peaking at No. 10. Fred Thomas for AllMusic.
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