Megan Thee Stallion can now add college graduate to her list of impressive milestones and achievements in 2021.
The 26-year-old rapper graduated Saturday (Dec. 11) from Texas Southern University — a Historically Black University in Houston, Texas — with a degree in Health Administration.
The achievement comes after she racked up three Grammy awards earlier and was named 2021 Glamour Woman of The Year, among other accomplishments.
The "Hot Girl Summer" rapper celebrated her graduation on social media Saturday, according to Good Morning America, posting a series of photos on Instagram in her cap and gown. Megan Thee Stallion gave herself a new name for the day, beginning with the caption, “Meg Thee Graduate.”
“I know my parents are looking down on me so proud,” she wrote on Instagram, capturing a slideshow of moments from her graduation.
Her mother, Holly Thomas, died in March 2019 after battling brain cancer. Shortly thereafter, her grandmother also passed away. She lost her father when she was just a teenager. In a 2020 interview with PEOPLE, she said her mother specifically inspired her to pursue her degree and she really wanted to make her proud.
JT of the City Girls, Lizzo, Kash Doll and Justine Skye are among some of the celebs that supported Meg’s proud day.