• Single mothers and senior citizens won't be charged 
  • The rapper is glad to work with Sheila Jackson Lee
  • A-list friends of the rapper join the cause

Megan Thee Stallion took to Instagram on Thursday to reveal that she is working with the National Association of Christian Churches (NACC) and U.S. Representative Sheila Jackson Lee to help rebuild her hometown Houston.

"It is always very important for me to help give back to the city that made me," she wrote. "I just want to say thank you to everyone who came together with me to help rebuild my hometown of Houston Texas."

Thee Stallion, 26, posted a message on Instagram noting that she has been “devastated by the tragedies that Houston has been struck with.” She disclosed that senior citizens and single mothers won’t be charged for rebuilding their houses.

“I am enlisting the help of friends, partners, and colleagues to put together a supergroup coalition to raise funds that will rebuild and repair homes at no cost to senior citizens and single mothers,” she wrote.

“If any hotties would like to join us in the rebuild, head to for resources and new merch items with all proceeds going towards NACC's rebuild efforts,” she added.

Joining the hip-hop megastar in supporting the cause are her brand partners and A-list friends.

The label 300 Entertainment, Fashion Nova, Revlon, Mielle, Gabbana, Dolce, The Coach Foundation, Maroon 5, who recently collaborated with the rapper for "Beautiful Mistakes," and Taraji P. Henson, who worked with the rapper in "Body" music video, all got involved.

“Seeing the devastation and hearing the heartbreaking stories that have surfaced, I knew I had to do something to help my hometown,” the rapper said in an official statement. “I am so happy that Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, the NACC and I aligned on the goal of repairing the homes of the elderly and uninsured single moms who are the most vulnerable and often displaced by these kinds of devastating events.”

The unlikely winter storm that brought frigid temperatures and dangerously icy conditions hit parts of Texas especially hard, causing Gov. Greg Abbott to issue a disaster declaration for Houston. The city was left with no water and power for days. The crisis led to the death of 58 people, Variety noted.

Rapper of the moment Megan Thee Stallion received her first Grammy nominations ahead of the 2021 gala
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