Megan Thee Stallion Launches Mental Wellness Website

The performer launched a website with a curated list of resources specifically for the Black, minority and LGBTQ+ communities

Megan Thee Stallion Launches mental health website
Megan Thee Stallion Launches mental health website

This week, Megan Thee Stallion launched a website tackling mental health for Black women and the Black community, as a companion piece to her newly released 18-song album “Traumazine.” Announced by one of her fans on Twitter, the website, “Bad B—— Have Bad Days Too,” aims to provide the Black, minority and LGBTQ+ communities with a variety of mental wellness helplines and resources.

The launch was announced through a tweet from user named Shea Jordan Smith, one of Stallion’s fans. In the same thread, Smith included a message he attributed to the singer. “Hotties! You know how much mental wellness means to me, so I created a hub with resources that can help when you might need a hand,” the tweet reads. “Love y’all so much.”

The site offers affirmations like “Some days I just hate everybody,” and “Bouce back like bad b—— always do,” and an animated music video of her single “Anxiety” from her recent album. It also links to external websites and hotlines of mental health services and therapy organizations. The links are divided into three sections: therapy platforms, mental health resources, resource directories, and LGBTQIA+ community helpline. The page also features a “Find a Therapist” button that directs users to the American Psychological Association to find a qualified psychologist.

“They keep sayin’ I should get help / But I don’t even know what I need / They keep sayin’ speak your truth / And at the same time say they don’t believe,” Stallion raps in her song “Anxiety.” Her album was released last Aug. 12, and it has received positive reviews from critics. The album ranked 3rd in Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and 4th in the Billboard 200 charts at its peak. Time magazine describes her album as alternating “between knocking down every obstacle that stands in her way and realizing that some obstacles will take longer to get past than others.”

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