Megan Thee Stallion has partnered with Tinder to reward users who are authentic to themselves a million dollars.
People aren't always themselves when they date online which can lead to fake connections that don’t pan out. It seems that some pretend to be something they aren't to make a potential match happy.
Megan Thee Stallion and Tinder don’t want this to happen, and that’s at the center of the new #PYOTChallenge.
#PYOT stands for Put Yourself Out There, and here’s how it works: to participate, users of the Tinder community have to share a bio that is an accurate representation of who they really are. For those that showcase their vulnerability and authenticity the most, they’ll be entered for a chance to win $10,000.
There is a total of $1 million earmarked for this campaign, which means that 100 people will win — so there will be many expensive dates in the future.
Megan is set to be the “Hot Girl Coach,” giving users confidence-boosting tips so that they can be honest about who they are.
"I want everyone to be comfortable sharing their authentic self online,” the rapper said in a press release. “By celebrating those who are already doing the hard work, we want to encourage more people to feel confident in who they are.”
Check out Megan’s announcement video up above.
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