On Thursday night, the 29-year-old rapper announced he had officially received his high school diploma amid the lockdowns.
What We Know:
- Quavo posted photos of himself via instagram in his graduation best with a navy blue cap and gown, tassel and all.
- “Finally Can Say I Graduated High School Class Of QUARANTINE 2020,” he captioned a series of graduation photos. “We Lit. 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. He finished the football season in 2009, but dropped out months before graduation, the Post advised.
- Fans and well-wishers flooded the comments section of Quavo’s announcement. On Twitter, rapper and fellow Migos member Offset tweeted how proud he was.
- “He went and completed something no one thought he would do,” Offset wrote. “I salute your commitment to proving people wrong.”
To celebrate his graduation, Migos dropped a new song, “Need it,” featuring YoungBoy Never Broke Again.