Did Lil Pump Really Go To Harvard? The Truth About Lil Pump And Harvard

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Lil Pump has long claimed that he attended Harvard. In fact, he's written on several occasions about Harvard and Harvard Business School.

Of course, most people are skeptical, as Lil Pump doesn't really come across as the sharpest arrow in the quiver. Nevertheless, we'll take a look at the evidence for this claim.

Lil Pump and Harvard: The Story

There are a few things that Lil Pump has repeatedly claimed. Most of them relate to his wealth, which until recently didn't seem to be anywhere near what he made it out to be (you can see Lil Pump's net worth here).

But he's made two other random claims. One is that he has/wants some sort of relationship with Nickelodeon's Miranda Cosgrove, who played Carly on the hit show iCarly, and the other is this:

Interestingly enough, he appears to also have graduated from Harvard Medical School and Harvard Business School:

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Did Lil Pump Really Go To Harvard?

Well, of course not. Interestingly enough, he even contradicts himself, sometimes saying he graduated from Harvard, and other times saying he's a dropout. In fact, Lil Pump is currently only 17 -- generally too young to be attending Harvard.

Separately, Lil Pump has stated in his interviews in the past that he was kicked out of high schools, and he never completed his secondary school level education.

Harvard does not allow students who haven't completed a secondary school level education.

Nevertheless, the whole Harvard meme has taken on a whole life of its own, and it continued to grow and propagate across the Internet.

And it's brought about some hilarious responses, like this one from Quora in response to the question:

Yes, he was accepted to Harvard for a phd in mathematics straight out of his 9th grade year, however, his conflicting interest in saving the rap game led him to drop out right before he published two papers, which solved both the navier-stokes equation and P=NP problem. Many people listen to his music and fail to realize that Lil Pump could've been the most prominent mathematician in all of human history but decided to pursue the lofty task of making "rap" songs.

Expect to see a lot more of it in the future.

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Instagram post by Lil Pump Jetski • Dec 10, 2017 at 7:29pm UTC