Megan Thee Stallion collaborates with Cash App to grant $1 million in Bitcoin. Recently, Megan Thee Stallion, an American rapper, surprised her fans by declaring a Bitcoin giveaway on Twitter. Her association with Square’s mobile payment service, Cash App, grants her followers $1 million worth of Bitcoin. Cash App is a digital payments system. It is a significant component of Square, which is maneuvered by popular Bitcoin advocate Jack Dorsey, who also serves as the CEO of Twitter.
Jack Dorsey promoted Meg’s announcement with a quote tweet. Megan Thee Stallion is one of the greatest rappers across the globe. She received four Grammy nominations last month. In a follow-up tweet, the hip-hop star states that Bitcoin has gained momentum leading to a price rally, necessitating people to make intelligent money moves. Moreover, in August, Megan, collectively with fellow rapper Cardi B, also arranged a #WAPParty to carry out a $1 million giveaway to their female fans in conjunction with CashApp after their collaboration, “WAP,” hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100.
Rapper receives messages filled with Cashtags for Bitcoin giveaway
The institutional players significantly ruled the recent bitcoin rally. Megan is also a prominent part of leading the crypto mainstream adoption. The post has gained over 60,000 likes and 8,800 retweets. The rapper urged her followers to promote “#BITCOINMEG” as a component of the giveaway. Her replies are laden with cashtags, the different identifiers employed by Cash App, from users who desire free sats.
Nonetheless, Megan is the most recent in a long list of rappers involved in the crypto bandwagon. Lil Yachty has spent the last month supporting various crypto-related ventures, including his own coin (YachtyCoin) and an NFT auction. In 2018, Rapper 50 Cent unexpectedly found his $8 million Bitcoin stash while Eminem discussed how everybody was “doin’ Bitcoin” on his “Kamikaze” album. Moreover, this week, Oscar-winning rapper Juicy J, whose Katy Perry association, “Dark Horse,” is a certified diamond in the U.S., newly asked Twitterati if he should venture into Bitcoin. He received huge suggestions on the same.
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