Megan Thee Stallion raps on “Anxiety,” a track from her latest album Traumazine, that “Bad Bitches have bad days too.” The line has inspired a new website from the Houston rapper as of this weekend.
Megan recently launched Bad Girls Have Bad Days Too to provide mental health resources to her fans. The site also serves as a resource for free therapy, crisis hotlines, and organisations that work specifically with the Black community, such as therapy for Black women and Black men and an LGBTQ Psychotherapist of Color Directory.
On Sunday, a Twitter user shared the news, including a link to the site and a message Megan sent to her fans that read, “Hotties! You know how important mental health is to me.
Megan released her second studio album, Traumazine, in August. The album is Megan’s first full-length release since last year’s Something for Thee Hotties, and it serves as the official follow-up to her 2020 debut album Good News.
“Everyone has gone through their own trauma in their own way, and Traumazine is me facing the things about myself that I’ve been running from.” … “It’s reassuring to know that other people are feeling the same way you are,” Megan told The Cut in August. “When something bad happens to someone, they think, ‘Oh my gosh, this is just me.’ This is not normal, and I’m probably the only person on the planet who feels this way.’