Megan Thee Stallion launches website with mental health resources | arts and entertainment
Megan Thee Stallion has launched a website that provides mental health resources.
The 27-year-old rap star offers links to free therapy organizations through his new platform BadBitchesHaveBadDays.com, which takes its name from a lyric in his 2022 single “Anxiety.”
In a post shared on the website, Megan wrote: “Hotties! You know what mental wellness means to me, so I’ve created a hub with resources that can help you when you might need help. a helping hand. Go to http://badbitcheshavebaddaystoo.com now and check it out. I love you so much.”
A user named Shea Jordan Smith wrote on Twitter, “Megan @theestallion has created a website that compiles a list of various mental health resources and sends it to her fans and followers. Real sexy girl s***. “
The post was noted by the “Hot Girl Summer” hitmaker herself, who retweeted it to her 7.6 million followers.
The website has a list of free therapy organizations, as well as a national crisis text line and a suicide prevention and crisis helpline.
In 2021, the “Sweetest Pie” rapper explained that choosing to go to therapy to improve her mental health issues was becoming more and more the norm, and the notion of going to therapy was starting to be portrayed in a positive light.
She said: “As a black person, and when you think of therapy, you think of ‘Oh my God, I’m weak’, you think of drugs and you just think of the worst. ‘It’s kind of that that you see on TV too; like, therapy hasn’t even been portrayed in the media as something good. Now it’s becoming safe to say, ‘Okay, there’s a little too much going on. Someone help me.”