AceShowbiz - Megan Thee Stallion has revealed that she's working to obtain a degree from Texas Southern University, but some people have accused her of lying about going to college. After months of Internet chatter without proof, social media users now have obtained "evidence" which possibly confirms the speculation.
The 25-year-old rapper/singer recently posted on Instagram Stories a photo of her doing homework. The photo featured her laptop and her INTRO to Health Policy book as she captioned it, "Before thee turn up."
But people soon pointed out that Megan's photo didn't seem to corroborate her claim about her college education. The INTRO to Health Policy book is used mostly for introductory level courses, not for fourth year Health Administration majors which she has said she's currently in.
"LOl. For her to be takin a pic of theyl college course page instead of an actual homework page is capin and fake," one commented on her photo. Another blasted her, "Of course Megan's probably lying about college. She knows how gullible folks can be." Someone else remarked, "Yeah I never believed she was still enrolled after she blew up. Cmon now."
But some others have come to Megan's defense, with one explaining, "People don't realize you can do college on line. That book can be a reference book to what she's doing now. I used to use old books alot in college just to refresh my memory.She could need to pass a previous course to get her degree. Y'all be reaching.Happy Sunday Megan love you boo."
Another agreed, writing, "Exactly. I've always thought it was smarter to keep your books instead of selling them back--you can review past key concepts & use them for references in research. I'm not going to clown anybody because college is a luxury when it should be a right--so not everybody had the opportunity to experience this & learn this for themselves." Someone else suggested that "she could be retaking a class she failed."
Megan has previously explained why she's still in school despite having had a successful career as a rap star. "My grandmother was a teacher, and I started when my mom was alive and I feel like I definitely got to see it through," she said in an interview in 2019. "But it's for me to, school and my music were, like I said, both of my plan As. So I've got to see it through."