To receive the assistance, they’d need to comment their Cash App name – a unique username known as a $Cashtag – and use the hashtag #HottiesAtHome. She also encouraged fans to send details of any healthcare workers they knew.
“To all my hotties that need a lil extra cash during this crazy time I got you !” she wrote. “#HottiesAtHome – use the hash tag and drop your cash app names OR drop the cash app name of some #HealthcareHotties in need. Stay safe and be blessed https://theestallion.me/savage).”
To all my hotties that need a lil extra cash during this crazy time I got you ! #HottiesAtHome 🏠 – use the hash tag and drop your cash app names OR drop the cash app name of some #HealthcareHotties in need. Stay safe and be blessed 👅 https://t.co/H8O7IO0n3t)
— HOT GIRL MEG (@theestallion) April 8, 2020
It didn’t take long for the requests – and the donations – to flood in.
“Thank you boo!!!!! Htown Baaaaabbbbyyyyyy,” a user named @RedmamaJackson wrote, posting a screenshot of the payment from Meg.
Thank you boo!!!!!🤘🤘🤘🤘
Htown Baaaaabbbbyyyyyy pic.twitter.com/kdQ7dAJroQ
— Latawnya (@RedmamaJackson) April 8, 2020
“GOD IS GOOODDDD! Thank you Meg,” @JontelPatel, a veterinarian wrote, after initially posting a picture of herself with a fluffy gray kitten.
GOD IS GOOODDDD! Thank you Meg 😭❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/NDTp3fzJ7N
— Jontel 😈 (@JontelPatel) April 8, 2020
Cash App is a peer-to-peer service which allows users to transfer money directly between Cash accounts via app or email.
While Megan is using it to assist frontline healthcare workers and those in need, Lil Yachty has been paying fans, too. Over the past couple of weeks, he’s dished out as much as $500 during the coronavirus pandemic for fans to perform ridiculous stunts on Instagram Live – like drinking their own pee.