Yo Gotti Reveals Jay-Z Inspired Him To Gain More Education

Yo Gotti has said in an interview that he has started attending classes at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management and that he has been in school since December last year. He said that JAY-Z was the one who motivated him to do so in an interview with Forbes that was published on Friday. Gotti receives payment from CMG Music Group, the label that also has Moneybagg Yo, GloRilla, and Blac Youngsta. In addition to his rap career, he has a small ownership interest in D.C. United, an MLS team.

He said,

“I may want to buy a company or acquire another com­pany,”

“So I’m making sure I’m supertight—and understand the language and the verbiage myself other than listening to financial experts.”

“If I never wrote another rap again, I’m financially straight,”

“My whole career, I was setting up for that.”

Jay-Z had earlier praised Gotti’s financial skills to Forbes, as fans quickly pointed out, saying that it’s “evident in every move [Gotti] makes, breaking the mold of the old-guard definition of an executive.”

As a result of his astute financial decisions, Gotti—who is still grieving the loss of his brother and business partner—now has a net worth of over $100 million, and he appears eager to increase it in the near future.

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