Finally. Megan Thee Stallion and the original Beyoncé from Houston fulfill the promise of photography from an Instagram picture taken last year and work on a remix for Stallion’s “Savage”. The song’s release at midday on April 28 became a trending topic on social media. But the spotlight for Houston is not just their two stars collaborating on a song, but announcing the results will be given to local non-profit organizations that help city dwellers overcome pandemics through drive-through assistance.
It seems that a lot of money will soon go to Bread of Life Inc., as part of an old partnership between Beyoncé and nonprofits who have worked for years with the star to feed those in need. Now? They work together to help those who are negatively affected by the corona virus. In the past, the Bread of Life and Beyoncé work together to help affected people Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Katrina. Besides drive-through. Bread of Life provides food to elderly citizens and expands its services to include telehealth programs for high-risk individuals.
Megan, also a University of South Texas student, recently worked with Amazon
At the same time, after Megan posted on Instagram that “It’s Megan and Beyoncé Today, “Houston mayor Sylvester Turner responded. By that night, he said the two entertainers would have official days in the city of Houston.
In a tweet, Turner announced the news: “Because of the contributions of the two artists to uplift our community, hold #HTown, and to help us stay #HoustonStrong, our city will bring the two artists to their respective days.”
Since its founding in 1992, Bread of Life has distributed 14 tons of food to the Houston area. For “Savage,” the song, which has long been circulating in Tiktok, still features the original rapper hook but is now supported by Beyonce rap and sing. In the middle of the night the song, from the latest project Stallion Suga, shot to number one on Apple