By Jove, he actually made it to Harvard.
Though Lil Pump's Harverd Dropout has struggled out the gate, projected to hit 32 on the US album charts, the young rapper has been hitting the promotional circuit with head held high. While the rapper originally suggested he would be giving the university's 2019 commencement speech, such fancies were swiftly dispelled by Harvard's higher-ups. Despite the fact that Pump's label WB doubled down on the commencement speech narrative, Harvard ultimately went with German Chancellor Angela Merkel to hold the honor. In fact, it stands to reason that Pump was never in the running to begin with.
Such obstacles didn't stop the self-proclaimed Dropout from hitting the campus. The rapper proceeded to hold it down for WHRB Harvard Radio, who hosted an event in his honor. The "Lil Pump Herverd Takeover" found Pump offering his take on a commencement speech, which found the rapper (slightly) breaking character to deliver an inspirational message.
"All the kids stay in school, dead ass," he says. "A lot of people think dropping out of school is cool, but that shit is not cool at all. A lot of n***as dropping out of school be ending up homeless or drug addicts, you know? So what I want all ya'll kids to do is live your best life, live your dream, and don't listen to nobody man, don't let any of these weird-ass fu*k n***as stop you from doing what you want to do! Do what you want n***a! In an admittedly hilarious moment of self-awareness, Lil Pump circles back to his viral "70, n***a!" moment, after being revisited with the same mathematical question that thwarted him so long ago.