Tyga went through with his performance at Harvard today, despite a petition which attempted to ban him from the university due to his misogynistic lyrics.
Following the much talked about Rick Ross "U.O.E.N.O." controversy, Tyga has become most recent rapper to be criticized for his choice of words. The Hotel California rapper recently came under fire for his "violently misogynistic lyrics" in wake of the announcement of his upcoming performance at the prestigious Harvard university.
While the petition requesting Tyga's performance be cancelled acquired over 2,000 signatures, the final decision was that of the Harvard Concert Commission and College Events Board, which gave T-Raww the okay to perform at the scheduled appearance.
The "Rack City" emcee successfully performed at Harvard today. He also tweeted about the event, attaching a photo of what looked like a fairly well-attended show considering the controversy surrounding it, as well as a shot at FOX News, who followed the story closely, casting the rapper in a negative light.
Check out the tweet below, and view the image in the gallery above.