Rapper and CMG record label founder Yo Gotti is standing on business — literally and figuratively — when it comes to his education.
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More Reported Details Regarding Yo Gotti’s Studies
The 42-year-old rapper took to Instagram on Tuesday, December 5, to share a carousel of photos. The first showed Gotti wearing a black Nike hoodie, sweatpants, and Jordan sneakers. Additionally, he carried a backpack.
The rapper appeared to pose in front of a wall at UCLA’s Anderson School Of Management in Los Angeles, California. In the follow-up photos, Gotti showed himself hopping out of a Rolls-Royce Phantom and posing in front of various buildings on campus.
Additionally, Gotti captioned the photos.
“Still Learning… #UCLA 📚”
Check them out below!
According to TMZ, the rapper is studying business at the school. Additionally, Gotti is taking a weekly in-person course called Corporate Valuation, which Lori Santikian reportedly teaches.
The outlet notes that the course will boost Gotti’s knowledge of financial reports, stock’s initial public offerings (IPO), and business mergers and acquisitions.
TMZ adds that the UCLA Anderson School of Management is ranked among the top twenty business schools between the 2023 and 2024 academic years.
Social Media Reacts
Social media users entered the rapper’s comment section to applaud the rapper’s decision.
“This type of level up is Personal 🙌👏 #WellDone“
“Bro pulled up to college in a Phantom 😂😂”
“From seekin some knowledge southwest community college to UCLA. 👏🏾👏🏾”
Gotti’s girlfriend, Angela Simmons, wrote,
The Rapper Recently Made Headlines With His Boo Angela Simmons
Yo Gotti most recently made headlines for flaunting Simmons at one of his recent concerts. The 36-year-old surprised concertgoers when she appeared as a guest during Gotti’s performance of ‘Down In The DM.’
Check out the moment below.
In August, the couple went viral after Gotti answered a phone call from Simmons during a video interview with Power 106 Los Angeles.
“That was shorty,” he told the host, Justin Credible, before showing off a huge smile.
The interview moment ultimately went viral as social media users applauded the rapper for his communication with and respect for Simmons.
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