Pop royalty Beyonce has teamed up with rap star Megan Thee Stallion to release a remixed version of the latter's hit "Savage," with the proceeds benefiting a disaster relief organization in Houston providing meals during the coronavirus pandemic.
The two superstar natives of the Texas metropolis dropped the track to much fanfare on social media, as people desperate for contact remain home-bound to halt the infection's spread.
Megan Thee Stallion originally released "Savage" in March on her EP Suga, with the song quickly going viral on TikTok thanks to an accompanying dance challenge.
Megastar Beyonce also teased admirers by name-checking the platform OnlyFans with a loose suggestion she might start an account.
OnlyFans launched in 2016 as a hub for influencers and celebrities to charge a subscription fee for photos and videos, but it's more commonly known as a hotspot for adult and pornographic content.
Beyonce had already donated six million dollars through her foundation to community organizations and mental health support in the hard-hit cities of Houston, New York, New Orleans, and Detroit.
And in early April, Megan Thee Stallion announced a partnership with Amazon Music to donate tablets to nursing home residents in Houston.
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