Migos Rapper Quavo Graduates From High School At 29 + Drops New Song ‘Need It’ To Celebrate
Quavo, one-third of the rap group the Migos, is proudly celebrating his high school graduation during the nationwide quarantine! The rapper posted smiling graduation pictures of himself on Instagram dressed in a royal blue cap and gown with a red, white, and blue tassel. He wrote the caption:
Finally Can Say I Graduated High School Class Of 2020
We Lit ?
Now What College Should I Go To? ?
And To Celebrate We Gonna Drop SMASH TONIGHT ?? BERKMAR HIGH NAWFSIDE BABY
His Migos groupmate, Offset, also saluted him on Twitter.
The 29-year-old dropped out of high school to pursue his music career full time and was a star football quarterback prior to doing so. It looks likeQuavo
, whose real name is Quavious Marshall
, has used the time away from performances due to the global coronavirus pandemic wisely to wrap up his high school career. Quavo
may continue his education by attending college! Here are some of the suggestions to his question about what college he should go to as well as congratulatory messages from fans and celebrities:
along with his group the Migos
celebrated his graduation by dropping a brand new song called “Need It” featuring NBA YoungBoy
. Check it out:
Congratulations to Quavo!