21 Black Women Who Stayed Hydrated And About Their Business In 2021

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Megan Thee Stallion

Megan Thee Stallion was named Glamour’s 2021 “Woman of the Year” for good reason. The rapper became a Grammy winner, took home three AMAs and was honored with the 18th Congressional District Humanitarian Award in her hometown of Houston, Texas. 

Megan capitalized on the popularity of her “Hottie Sauce” collaboration with Popeyes, became the first rapper to cover the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, partnered with Cashapp and graduated with her undergraduate degree in business administration from Texas State University. She also landed a reoccurring role in Disney+’s upcoming She-Hulk series.

Megan went public with her relationship with rapper Pardison Fontaine and has been boo’d up since.

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