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Texas rap star Megan Thee Stallion is pushing for equal rights for the gay black community. The hip-hop star went online this week to share pics of herself protesting against police brutality and showing love to the LGBT.

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On Monday, Megan Thee Stallion went to her Instagram page with a must-like slideshow including show her love for Black Gay Pride Month. The pics featured her rocking rainbow hair and flexing unity at a Black Lives Matter event.

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“Today was a good day 💙 #allblacklivesmatter#blacklivesmatter” -Megan Thee Stallion’s Instagram

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Meg reps for Black Gay Pride Month

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This past Sunday, Stallion shared her disgust with the slaying of black man Rayshard Brooks. Her comments came after footage showed the Atlanta local having his life taken from him at the hands of law enforcement.

“Falling asleep in a Wendy’s drive through is NOT punishable by death. When we start cutting tf up I don’t wanna hear what’s not acceptable on our part … #justiceforrayshard#rayshardbrooks” -Megan Thee Stallion’s Instagram

Wait, There’s More

Last week, Megan Thee Stallion tweeted to followers urging them to become regular professions in her education message. She asked for the younger generation to use their morals to make a difference in the world.

“Although school is not for everyone do not let people discourage you from pursuing a higher education. We need the upcoming generation with better mindsets to become our next lawyers, judges, doctors, etc. We need GOOD people with real morals and values in high places.” -Megan Thee Stallion’s Twitter

Megan Thee Stallion’s education message for young people

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Meg wants law enforcement to know it’s deeper than George Floyd. The Houston hip-hop artist recently came forward to rally up support for arresting the cops responsible for killing Kentucky black woman Breonna Taylor.

“The police officers who murdered Breonna Taylor still haven’t been arrested or charged. Friday June 5th would have been her 27th birthday. Click the link in my bio for resources on how we can help bring her killers to justice, bring awareness to this injustice, and help support her family if you can #SayHerName#BreonnaTaylor#BlackLivesMatter” -Megan Thee Stallion’s Instagram

Megan Thee Stallion demands justice For Breonna Taylor

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