Congratulations are in order the Hot Girl Coach, Megan Thee Stallion!
Megan is now a college graduate, crossing the stage over the weekend at Texas Southern University.
Despite blowing up with her hit song "Hot Girl Summer" and her subsequent music career, the "Body" artist, whose real name is Megan Pete, decided to stay in school.
Now, her hard work has paid off, the Grammy winning rapper earned a bachelor of science degree in health administration, a goal she set to honor both her late mother and her late grandmother.
Her mother, Holly Thomas, died in March 2019 following a battle with brain cancer.
Her late grandmother was a teacher.
Megan has previously shared her goal of opening an assisted living facility in her hometown of Houston, Tx.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, who spoke at the ceremony, announced that the Grammy-winning rapper will also receive the 18th Congressional District Humanitarian Award on Sunday. The award aims to recognize "outstanding public achievements by the people who live in the 18th Congressional district."
"WE DID IT HOTTIES"
Congratulations Megan--we love to see it!