As the coronavirus pandemic continues its destructive path across the globe, celebrities are finding ways to help combat the crisis.
On Wednesday (April 29), Megan Thee Stallion and Beyoncé shared a visual for the “Savage (Remix),” with all proceeds going to their hometown of Houston, Texas through The Bread of Life, Inc. non-profit.
During Beyoncé’s verses — which boast both singing and rapping — the multiplatinum-selling artist seductively name drops Demon Time and OnlyFans.
Demon Time is a late-night Instagram Live stream featuring a rotating cast of typically anonymous women performing for thirsty viewers, while OnlyFans is a London-based social media service where content creators offer exclusive content to paying subscribers. It’s frequently used by people in the adult entertainment industry.
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I’m literally crying 😭 being from HOUSTON MF TEXAS this shit means EVERYTHING to me !!!! SAVAGE REMIX FT THE QUEEN @BEYONCE OUT NOW! All the artist proceeds of the song goes to @breadoflifehou to support our city during this pandemic! 🤘🏽🤘🏽🤘🏽 HOTTIES WE UP 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 🐎🐎🐎🐎🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝
But back to charity — The Bread of Life, Inc., founded in September 1992, serves hot meals to homeless men and women in the sanctuary of St. John’s United Methodist Church in downtown Houston. Since then, the non-profit has responded to crises and disaster, including Hurricane Karina and Hurricane Harvey.
As noted in the press release, “From the start of the coronavirus pandemic, The Bread of Life, Inc. services have spanned distributing 14 tons of produce, shelf-stable food, and other supplies to 500 families each week via a drive-through distribution process, delivering food to 100 homebound seniors each week, to working on hiring social workers and telehealth program for high-risk individuals to access help, and so much more.”
The “Savage (Remix)” is the follow-up to Meg’s “Savage” single from the Suga album.