Megan Thee Stallion Is In Tears In New Video After A Thoughtful Gift
Life has been anything but ordinary for Megan Thee Stallion lately as the music star has been exceeding in a professional aspect.
Over the course of the last year, she has managed to take home the BET Hip Hop Awards for Hot Ticket Performer and Best Mixtape.
The Texan rapper won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Power Anthem for her “Hot Girl Summer” music hit, which was created in collaboration with Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign.
However, it has not been all good for the celebrity, as she had to face the death of her mother, Holly Thomas, who passed away in March this year after a long battle with cancer.
Back then, Megan expressed her grief by sharing a photo of Holly and herself as a little girl. The rapper titled her tribute by praising her mother for being the best in the whole world and the strongest woman on the planet.
Meanwhile, the rapper was recently in Nigeria for a concert with Davido.
There, the “Hot Girl Summer” singer was surprised with an unexpected present from a fan, artist Emma Odumade, which was created to honor the memory of late Holly Thomas.
In a video that was posted by Odumade on Instagram, it could be seen how Megan reacts when she is presented with the picture.
In the video, the rapper is quickly brought to tears, as the artist explains the meaning of the art piece, and she was trying hard to prevent her makeup from being ruined.
Odumade explained: “In this art piece, I chose a picture of Megan doing her makeup to signify her start. Then at her back, you could see a picture collage of memorable moments forming a silhouette of her mum. If you look closely, you’ll observe that her hand is a sketch signifying that although she isn’t with us anymore but her impact , effort, and all she’s worked hard for will never be forgotten. One last thing to notice is her hat signifying that She’s not only just her mum but also one of her biggest fans. I hope y’all love this as much as I do.”
Megan's career is expected to reach greater heights in the upcoming years.