Popular female hip hop artist Megan Thee Stallion is coming out o the closet - as an ENVIRONMENTALIST. Megan has always been a proponent of environmentalism, but now she';s being more open about her political stance.

Megan is promoting the hashtag #StopGlobalWarmingSummer - and is trying to educate her millions of fans how we can all do a little to stave off global warming.

Here's what she posted yesterday:

Megan burst onto the scene in November 2018, when she announced that was  the first female rapper to be signed by the label 300 Entertainment.

In 2019, she released the single "Big Ole Freak" from her EP Tina Snow, and also filmed a music video for the track. On April 15, 2019, Megan Thee Stallion achieved her first entry on Billboard Hot 100 at number 99 with her single "Big Ole Freak".

Her first full-length album, Fever, was released on May 17, 2019 and has already gone Platinum in just a few weeks.

Megan’s Instagram following is massive (1.6 million) and continues to grow as new accolades solidify her ascension. Singles such as “Sex Talk,” special features on songs with Wale and Bhad Bhabie, and a steady delivery of sexually charged music videos have placed her firmly in the spotlight. Thanks to a growing community of followers of women who want to be like her (and men who can’t take their eyes off her), Megan’s penchant for going viral remains strong.

Some of the best rappers have dirt thrown on their name due to constant ghostwriter accusations. Megan happened to be the latest emcee accused of having her bars fed to her by another individual when social media influencer Wolftyla took credit for the lyrics on “Simon Says.” Megan quickly responded by stating that she writes her own rhymes, which led to follow-up responses from Wolftyla and Juicy J, who happened to collaborate on the track with both women.