Migos rapper Quavo graduates from high school

MIgos rapper Quavo announced he's joining the graduating class of 2020 at the age of 29

MIgos rapper Quavo announced he's joining the graduating class of 2020 at the age of 29

On May 21, Quavo revealed he earned his high school diploma and shared a set of high school graduation photos on Instagram [SEE HERE]. "We Lit", the rhymer wrote on Instagram on Thursday night. "Now What College Should I Go To?"

The rapper, named Quavious Marshall at birth, went to Berkmar High School in Lilburn, Georgia, during his teenage years and was a starting quarterback for the school's football team, according to the Gwinnett Daily Post. To cap off the momentous day, Quavo added, "To Celebrate We Gonna Drop SMASH TONIGHT". It's safe to say that Quavo's gamble paid off and he can even consider pursuing higher education without accruing student loan debt. All these songs will be featured on the group's long-awaited fourth album, Culture III.

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Fans and well-wishers flooded the comments section of Quavo's announcement. @QuavoStuntin can't believe u finished high school ... "I wish I would have got passed 10th grade".

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