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Megan Thee Stallion helps frontline nurse pay off $50k in student loans

Megan Thee Stallion has given one frontline nurse the surprise of a lifetime.

On Thursday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the "Body" singer, 25, discussed how she was going to school to get a bachelor's degree in health administration and shocked mother of five Jamelmenique Hoy with an appearance — alongside a wad of cash courtesy of Shutterfly to help pay off her student loans.

After an ecstatic Jamelmenique and Michael appeared onscreen with their adorable sons — Micah, 2, Mason, 3, Messiah, 4, Malachi, 5, and Michael Jr., 7 — DeGeneres, 63, called her guest (who didn't yet know of Megan's presence) a "hero" and thanked her for the frontline work she's doing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Hoy family, from Mississippi, have been in Houston (where Jamelmenique volunteered to temporarily relocate to help treat coronavirus patients) since July, and have been living in a one-bedroom hotel room for the past six months.

On top her her nursing work and taking care of five young children, Jamelmenique is also finding the time to get her master's degree. And Megan wanted to help make that process a little easier for the nurse.

DeGeneres then instructed Jamelmenique to answer a "room service" delivery at the door, which included some tasty treats — and a special bonus from Shutterfly.

"They want to pay off your student loans, so lift that cover [off the tray]," the host said. "They want to give you $50,000."

Photo: Megan Thee Stallion

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