Lil Pump Announces Upcoming Tour Dates With Lil Skies
Yesterday, there was lots of commotion over Lil Pump‘s mysterious announcement that he can be delivering a commencement speech at Harvard University. The data was supplied by his label, with the rapper being touted because the youngest graduation speaker in historical past. Obviously, that will be fairly an achievement. Lil Pump is a profitable younger man and though his empire can’t be recreated by simply anyone, he absolutely has some data deep in that head of his to share with Harvard’s elite. Right? We’ve gotta give him the advantage of the doubt, I suppose. For the second day in a row, Pump has made a serious announcement, this time revealing a number of tour dates with Lil Skies for this yr.
Lil Skies is coming off of a profitable tour and he is already able to get again on the street, becoming a member of Lil Pump for a joint effort this coming spring. According to Complex, the 2 will probably be performing seventeen exhibits throughout the United States in Lil Pump’s aim to teach the lots. The tour will kick off on April 19 in Seattle.
The 18-year-old clearly does not take himself significantly in any respect. He is aware of that folks assume he is a joke and he is taking that to the subsequent stage in his ongoing Pump University sequence. The first episode premiered right now, which you’ll be able to watch beneath.
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