Quavo from Migos graduates High School amid covid-19 pandemic

Quavo from Migos group graduates high school amid coronavirus pandemic (Photo/Courtesy)

American rapper Quavo has finally graduated from high school. On Friday morning, he took to social media to share his great achievement. He plans to enroll in college in the future. The 29-year-old rapper celebrated the great achievement by releasing a new track with his music group Migos. He attended Berkmar High School in the Atlanta suburb of Lilburn, Georgia.

“Finally can say I graduated High School class of QUARANTINE 2020. We Lit. Now what college should I go to? And to celebrate we are going to drop a smash tonight,” the 29-year-old rapper said.

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Quavo was to graduate earlier but he dropped out of school months before his graduation to pursue music full-time. Being a very successful musician who is part of the Migos group, he still felt that school was an important achievement in life and had to go back and graduate. He is now a member of the Berkmar High School class of 2020.

The track that Migos released is “Need It” which features YoungBoy Never Broke Again.

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