As prosecutors push for Tory Lanez to receive a 13-year sentence, Megan Thee Stallion is continuing to dish on how she’s prioritizing her well-being and gettin’ her mind right.
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Megan Thee Stallion Is “Setting More Boundaries” & Prioritizing Her Peace
Megan acknowledged the subject during a recent sit-down with PEOPLE, and the “NDA” rapper proclaimed that she’s “doing a better job of prioritizing self-care.”
She also called out the “emphasis on hustle culture” and how she realizes the importance of finding a “balance” between work and repose.
“Sometimes society places too much emphasis on hustle culture and not enough focus on physical and mental health. It’s a balance.”
Megan Thee Stallion added, “I’m making certain adjustments to my routine and I want to let my Hotties know that it’s acceptable to reset and recharge when necessary.” PERIOD!
Continuing to address how she’s putting herself first, the “H-Town Hottie” spoke on some of her self-care activities — including journaling, praying, and watching TV.
“I’m just setting more boundaries and carving out more time for myself. When I’m taking a self-care day I’m usually journaling, praying, spending time with my dogs, working out, binging my favorite shows and just doing activities that make me happy.”
Finally, Megan sent a loving message to her fans, as they’ve “done so much to uplift and inspire” her.
“My Hotties have done so much to uplift and inspire me over the years. I’m so appreciative and humbled by their love.”
The Rapper Previously Said She’s Experiencing A “Rebirth”
Megan’s update comes two months after discussing her journey to rising above hate, as The Shade Room previously reported.
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Her commentary specifically came through a first-person piece published in Elle, and she didn’t shy away from speaking her truth.
From calling out how people treated her trauma “like a running joke” to acknowledging how she had been “smiling through the pain,” Megan bared all and dished on her “rebirth.”
Additionally, during an interview with InStyle late last month, Megan said she was “focused on healing” rather than making new music.
“Fans can expect new music when I’m in a better place. Right now, I’m focused on healing.”
We continue to wish Megan Thee Stallion well.