Lil Pump did not go to Harvard and never applied therefore he was never accepted. The rapper was kicked out of multiple schools. He attended Charles W. Flanagan High School but was kicked out during his first year. Lil Pump was kicked out of one of his former schools for starting a riot. The rapper was a trouble maker and never applied himself at school.
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Last year, Harvard accepted 5.2 percent of applicants. That’s the lowest percentage of applicants ever offered admission. Nearly 40,000 students applied and only 2,037 students were admitted. The following pic shows Pump wearing a Harvard Medical School lab coat. He has never attended college so he definitely didn’t attend Harvard Medical School.
Did Lil Pump Go To Harvard?
Lil Pump 70 miles per hour
Lil Pump is a talented rapper and a marketing genius. He could probably give an insightful speech about social media marketing at Harvard’s Business School. The video below shows the rapper try to solve a simple math problem.
The video above shows someone tell Pump that he’s traveling 70 miles per hour and asks him how long it would take to drive 70 miles. Lil Pump’s answer: “70 n****!” The obvious answer is one hour.
No…Lil Pump was never accepted into Harvard University and never attend Harvard’s Medical School.
The rumor that Lil Pump is dead is false. The rapper recently posted a new Instagram Story. This isn’t the first time Pump has been the subject of fake news. In August of 2017, a rumor that the rapper died arose and a fake news story went viral on social media. Lil Pump’s fans panic when they hear about him dying because they know how crazy he is.
Lil Pump’s “Gucci Gang” is making history. The track recently became the shortest song to make the Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 in the last 42 years. “Gucci Gang” is short and sweet at on 2 minutes and 4 seconds. Listeners usually want more but Pump’s fans love anything he drops. Him and Smokepurpp recently announced their plans to release a joint project.
Lil Pump Dead?
Pump is breaking barriers. The same legends that have rejected young artists in the past, love Lil Pump. In the video below, producer, Timbaland gives Pump and Smokepurpp a shout out.
Was that Lil Bow Wow on Empire? No that was Master P’s son Lil Romeo aka Romeo Miller. He plays Gram on the series, Tiana Brown’s new love interest. On episode 3 of the show’s third season, “What Remains Is Bestial” Gram and Tiana perform their new hit “Love Long Time.” Hakeem still has love for Tiana so he decided to make a diss record aimed at Gram.
Hakeem’s diss record impresses his father, Lucious Lyon, who has called his sons out for being too soft. Lucious takes his three sons to their old neighborhood in the episode to remind them that they are black. We wish Bow Wow could have been in the van with Lucious and his sons because he needs a few reminders as well.
Bow Wow On Empire
Bow Wow, whose real name is Shad Moss, recently stated that he wouldn’t appear on Empire because it’s filled with stereotypes about Black people. The 29-year-old must have amnesia considering the fact that he’s appeared in numerous films that many would classify as stereotypical.
In 2011 the rapper played Byron in Madeas Big Happy Family. Byron is an ex-drug dealer with a loud baby mama. He is arrested for back child support because he doesn’t make enough money to afford all his bills. We loved the rapper’s appearance in the film and we’re not sure why he all of a sudden, refuses to play “stereotypical” black characters. That’s right, he’s not black.
Scroll to the Snapcode for Desiigner’s Snapchat username! Brooklyn rapper, Desiigner performed his hit song, “Timmy Turner” at the 2016 BET Hip Hop Awards. Many of the 19-year-old’s fans wanted to hear him perform “Panda” but we guess it’s finally time to move on. The emcee had a choir help him perform the track and it was amazing. Scroll to the first video below to check out the performance.
The rapper, whose real name is Sidney Royel Selby III, impressed the crowd with his signature mic toss. He’s changing the game with his performances. Many of us have grown accustomed to rappers that simply deliver their lyrics while standing in place. Make sure you’re following all of his social media accounts! Desiigner’s Snapchat username is LifeOfDesiigner:
Desiigner Snapchat Username
The rapper’s enthusiastic performances remind us of Busta Rhymes back in his younger days. Both artists are from New York: Busta was born in Brooklyn on May 20, 1972 while Desiigner was born in Brooklyn on May 3, 1997. Both emcees also teach us the importance of enthusiasm. Talent can only take you so far but enthusiasm is the driving force necessary to accomplish your goals.
Desiigner got shot when he was only 14-years-old. The same year, he decided to focus his attention on becoming a successful rapper. Growing up in Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood wasn’t easy for the young recording artist but he worked hard and now he’s on top of the game. Busta Rhymes isn’t the only Brooklyn rapper he shares similarities with. The Notorious B.I.G. grew up on the same streets of Bedford-Stuyvesant that made Desiigner who he is today.
The rapper, whose real name is Scott Mescudi, sent his baby mama, Jacqueline Munyasya 168 text messages from August 11, 2016 to August 16, 2016. It’s easy to judge Kid Cudi for his actions but we should consider the fact that he checked himself into rehab on Tuesday, October 4, 2016. The Ohio native has been dealing with depression since his youth.
Jacqueline convinced a judge that the rapper caused her a substantial amount of stress over the last two years. The 32-year-old insulted her in many of the messages and made ridiculous demands. She revealed that the emcee demanded her to stop letting their daughter spend time with white people.
Kid Cudi Texts To Ex
Jacqueline gave birth to her and Kid Cudi’s daughter, Vada Wamwene Mescudi, on March 26, 2010. Two years later the former GOOD Music artist was in a custody battle with Munyasya. Rumors suggested that he stopped fighting for custody of his daughter because of his abuse of drugs and alcohol.
It’s vital for us to consider the rapper’s mental disorder when we discuss incidents like this. In the Facebook post above, Mescudi explains how ashamed he feels to be experiencing depression. When you’re going through what he’s experiencing you want others to feel as bad as you, explaining each message he sent to Jacqueline. We’re praying for you Cudi!