Unlike a Press release distributed by its label, Warner Bros Records, on Tuesday, February 26, Lil Pump He was not called to be the speaker of Harvard University for their early 2019. In a statement given to Consequence of the sound, a representative of Harvard Public Affairs & Communications, denies that Pump is aimed at young graduates of 2019.
"Lil Pump does not speak to any beginning or other official manifestation of the University," reads part of the statement. "The only thing we are aware of is that he's interviewing live with WHRB Harvard Radio this Thursday (Feb. 28) and answering questions from the audience / listeners." It's a student event on Harvard Radio, not an event at Harvard University. "
The Harvard representatives originally responded to the statement that Pump was the school's contact person at the opening of 2019 by simply declaring that German Chancellor Angela Merkel, had not been replaced. Their last answer should silence the idea that Pump delivers a speech.
As stated in the last statement, the 2018 XXL First-year student will be on the WHRB radio show of the university on Thursday.
In other Pump news, the rapper, who released his Harverd Dropout album, last Friday (February 22), recently announced that it will begin a tour in April. The hike will start on April 19th in Seattle and will reach major cities like Denver, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Boston, New York and Houston before ending in Los Angeles on May 22nd.
Check out Lil Pump tour dates below.
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