Drake first brought the term "YOLO" to the masses with his 2011 single "The Motto." While it's a fairly obvious statement-- You Only Live Once-- we'd never before seen it shortened to an acronym which we could hashtag all the time and use on a daily basis.
Tufts University References Drake & Asks Applicants What "#YOLO" Means To Them Jul 12, 2013 at 02:11pm
Apparently Drake's words have reached the iconic status of "Carpe Diem," and "No Day But Today," as Tufts University is asking university applicants what the term "#YOLO" means to them (yes, they actually used a hashtag).
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