Megan Thee Stallion is encouraging her followers to check out in on their psychological health and fitness.
The 27-12 months-aged musician appeared to validate she not too long ago introduced a mental well being resources site. On Sept. 25, she shared a tweet from a admirer named Shea Jordan Smith, a senior digital political strategist, who unveiled the internet site is titled “Bad B—-s Have Bad Days Much too.”
The name is a reference to her latest single known as “Anxiety” from her next album, “Traumazine.”
“Megan @theestallion created a web page that compiles a checklist of various mental health means and is sending it out to her supporters and followers,” Smith wrote, like the link to the web-site.
In the Twitter thread, Smith integrated photographs of the site as well as what appeared to be a information penned by the “Body” rapper.
“Hotties! You know how a great deal psychological wellness means to me, so I made a hub with methods that can support when you may require a hand,” the tweet stated. “Head to badbitcheshavebaddaystoo.com now and test it out. Enjoy y’all so considerably — @theestallion.”
The web page capabilities backlinks to totally free treatment businesses and other mental overall health resources like helplines. Even further down, supporters can find useful resource directories for distinctive organizations that exclusively help Black girls and users of the LGBTQ+ group.
At the bottom of the website, there is a hyperlink to assist fans uncover a therapist and indication up for updates for new means.
Through her vocation, Megan has been open about her psychological wellness struggles.
In her song “Anxiety,” she raps, “They retain sayin’ I ought to get enable/ But I never even know what I need/ They keep sayin’ communicate your reality/ And at the very same time say they don’t believe.”
Past thirty day period, she sat down with Apple Music’s Ebro Darden and Nadeska Alexis to focus on how “Traumazine” authorized her to be additional susceptible.
“I could be unfortunate and I’ll publish a music like ‘Body,’” she mentioned. “Or I could be pissed off and I’ll compose a tune like ‘Freak Unpleasant.’ I really don’t produce tunes about how I feel, I create tunes about how I want to come to feel.”
She ongoing, “So I really feel like, on this album, it’s probably the to start with time I figured out how to converse about what I want to say, like, specific myself a tiny little bit far more.”
Megan shared that in the earlier she was taught not to focus on her own business enterprise with other people today.
“I experience like it is been so easy for folks to tell my story for me, communicate on my behalf due to the fact I’m a nonchalant human being,” she included. “But, like, I see now that it can get out of control. So I truly feel like I required to just acquire regulate of my narrative, get handle of my have tale. Notify it my way. Tell it from me.”
In 2021, Megan spoke about going to treatment to search for assistance immediately after the demise of her dad and mom.
Mom Holly Thomas died in March 2019 after battling mind cancer and her father died when she was a teen, Individuals reports.
During Year Two of the Fb Check out sequence “Peace of Head with Taraji” previous yr, Megan explained, “I’ve lost equally of my dad and mom. Now, I’m like, ‘Oh my gosh, who do I converse to? What do I do?’ And I just begun studying that it is Ok to talk to for support. And it is Okay to want to go get therapy.”
She told host Taraji P. Henson that she experienced earlier imagined observing a therapist would make her “weak.”
“As a Black man or woman, and when you think of treatment you think of, ‘Oh my gosh, I’m weak.’ You consider of medicine and you just think the worst,” she mentioned in the episode titled “Slaying Adversity with Megan Thee Stallion.” “That’s sort of what you see on Tv also. Like, therapy was not even introduced in the media as something that was good. Now, it’s becoming harmless to say, ‘Alright now, there is a small also substantially going on. Anyone enable me.’”