Megan Thee Stallion joins the few women who have covered the GQ magazine men of the year issue. In this December/ January issue, it’s the year of the Stallion and Megan opens up to GQ on staying strong after her shooting incident and radiating joy and confidence to women everywhere.
Born Megan Jovon Ruth Pete, Megan started her rap career in 2016 when she was just 21. At the time, she was a college major at Texas Southern University studying Health Administration. A degree she still intends to complete and acquire.
She had made a deal with her mother, who had been a rapper previously that she was only going to start music at 21. Before her passing, her mother, Holly Thomas, served as her manager from the moment she (Holly) drove her to her first rap cypher. Megan reveals that her mother taught her everything she knows about life and rapping.