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After being silent for about a month due to certain circumstances, Megan Thee Stallion is finally opening up about what is going on in her world.

Starting off the love on her own, Meg posted a picture of herself with a notebook before adding a second picture that featured three Post-it notes with three specific tasks that included "Pray", "Take care of skin" and "write music."

Beyoncé has made more than a visual album, she made one of the Blackest films Disney+ has in their repertoire.

You really didn't think Beyoncé wouldn't drop some type of protest song during these tumultuous times did you? Late on this Juneteenth, Jay-Z's better half released a new song called "Black Parade."

BET has officially the list of nominees for the 2020 BET Awards and it looks like Drake and Megan Thee Stallion are dominating in a multitude of categories. According to Billboard, Drake has six nominations at this year's iteration of the awards, while Megan and Roddy both have five nominations each. This year's award show commemorates the award ceremony's 20th anniversary along with the 40th anniversary of the network itself.

Beyoncé is making sure the Breonna Taylor's name is not lost and forgotten in all of the noise.

The high school graduating class of 2020 may have been excited to get words of wisdom from Beyoncé, but megastar also took the time to ahead light on the social injustices surrounding the protests, before speaking out about sexism in the music industry. On Saturday (Jun 6), as a part of YouTube's “Dear Class of 2020” virtual graduation ceremony, Mrs. Carter took a moment to congratulate the class on the accomplishment, before noting that the challenge of being an adult is just beginning, adding that civil unrest and a pandemic may be stressful but their reaction and participation is making everyone proud.

As tension continues to grow in communities across the globe over the death of George Floyd and police brutality, Beyoncé is calling for justice. In partnership with the Change.org, Beyoncé took to social media posting a video urging fans to sign the petition created by a 15-year old in Oregon calling for the Minnesota District Attorney to convict all four officers involved in the murder of Mr. Floyd. “We need justice for George Floyd,” Beyoncé said. “We all witnessed his murder in broad daylight. We’re broken and we’re disgusted. We cannot normalize this pain. I’m not only speaking to people of color. If you’re white, Black, brown, or anything in between, I’m sure you feel hopeless about the racism going on in America right now. No more senseless killings of human beings. No more seeing people of color as less than human. We can no longer look away.”

Lana Del Rey may have thought she was speaking facts when she dropped her soliloquy on Instagram, but instead the tone-deaf post got her dragged by Black Twitter, prompting Azealia Banks to drop a few facts of her own. As previously reported, early Thursday (May 21) morning, Lana Del Rey took to social media to share a controversial Instagram post that appeared to take slight digs at women of color. Del Rey named Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Megan Thee Stallion, and Doja Cat for having lyrics that glorify “bad girl” behavior while hitting back at her critics who say she “glamorizes abuse.”

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, the senior classes of 2020 will be missing out on traditional graduation ceremonies. But celebs have been stepping up virtually, and the latest star set to address the graduating class will be Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, among others, via YouTube Originals' Dear Class of 2020 event this June.