Megan Thee Stallion helps her hometown Houston after the devastating Texas winter storm that left millions of people without electricity, heat and water. On Thursday, the rapper announced that she was teaming up with Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee and the National Association of Christian Churches Disaster Services to help rebuild the city.
""When I saw the devastation and heard the heartbreaking stories that had surfaced, I knew I had to do something to help my hometown, "Megan said in a statement People. "I am so happy that Congressman Sheila Jackson Lee, the NACC and I have agreed on the goal of repairing the homes of elderly and uninsured single mothers who are most vulnerable and often displaced by such devastating events."
Pastor Ortega of NAAC Disaster Services also made a statement, adding that it was "an honor to partner with Houston-born Megan Thee Stallion to rebuild water-damaged homes." "Our hearts join theirs when we help those affected, especially seniors and single mothers," the statement said. "We encourage those who can support our endeavors by volunteering or making a donation."
Megan is just one of the many stars who returned to Texas after Winter Storm Uri. Taraji P. Henson, Maroon 5, and others have pledged to help the city while Texas-born Beyoncé's BeyGOOD Foundation announced on Instagram that it is partnering with Adidas and Houston's disaster relief organization Bread of Life to help fellow Delivering "Urgent Aid" Texans offer up to $ 1,000 in aid.