Photo Credits: Issa Rae (L) Rich Fury/Staff. Megan Thee Stallion (M) Arturo Holmes/M/Getty. Zendaya (R) Samir Hussein/Contributor.
The late poet Maya Angelou once said, “ask for what you want, and be prepared to receive it.”
In recent years, the concept of manifestation has been a hot topic and new way of life for some people. And now, Twitter is tapping into that realm with a new ad campaign!
The social platform is calling on a slew of celebrities to help make 2022 the year of manifestation.
Megan Thee Stallion, Issa Rae, Michaela Onyenwere, Zendaya and others have been selected for its biggest celebrity promotion to date. The campaign supports manifestation as a new year’s resolution and invites consumers to tweet about their wishes.
“I need a team [because] I promise this rap s–t gone take off for me,” the self-proclaimed Hot Girl coach tweeted in May 2014.
Megan isn’t the only one that manifested a phenomenal career.
Issa Rae, an actress, writer and producer also spoke her success into existence with a decade-old tweet.
“When I grow up, I want to be a more successful version of me,” Rae said on July 5, 2010.
Joining the Black Girl Magic, Michaela Onyenwere tweeted about her dream of being in the WNBA.
“#30FactsAboutMe my dream us to be in the wnba,” the WNBA player expressed. In 2021, she was drafted into the league as the sixth pick in the draft.
When Zendaya was just 16-years-old, she tweeted her dream of being on the cover of Seventeen magazine. Four years later, she did it.
“had a blast @seventeenmag hope I’m on that cover one day!! #muchlove http://mob.li/_bvApr,” the now 25-year-old actress wrote.
With the help of celebrities like Megan Thee Stallion, Issa Rae, Michaela Onyenwere and Zendaya, Twitter users are now better understanding the premise behind spiritual manifestation, meditating and thinking positively on a daily basis.
Twitter has also promised to provide $1 million to the celebrity’s chosen organizations. Donations have already been made to the Boys and Girls Club, Destination Crenshaw, The 3-D Foundation and UNICEF Canada.
Yasss! We love seeing this Black Girl Magic! Shine bright ladies.
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