Yo Gotti has made an unexpected announcement. The CMG music mogul will return to school to study business at the prestigious University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). This surprising move marks a new chapter for the rapper as he seeks to expand his knowledge and skills in business.
Yo Gotti is officially set to pursue business studies at the esteemed University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
UCLA Anderson School of Management, where the Untrapped artist will be studying, ranks among the top 20 business schools in the country, according to the U.S. News & World Report. Gottil’s chosen “Corporate Valuation” course will equip him with analytical tools relevant to valuing projects, corporations, mergers and acquisitions, and more.
Professor Lori Santikian will be leading the course, which explores the impact of real options on investment decisions and how to identify and value them.
Upon completing the course, Gotti and his classmates will gain the expertise to conduct comprehensive equity valuations using both qualitative strategic analysis and quantitative financial analysis. This new knowledge will undoubtedly benefit Gotti as he continues to navigate the music industry and his various business ventures.
While the start date for Gotti’s classes has not been disclosed, this decision showcases his commitment to personal growth and education. By enrolling at UCLA, Gotti demonstrates that he is not only focused on his successful music career but also expanding his horizons and acquiring valuable knowledge in a different field.
In other major news, Yo Gotti recently surprised his fans by announcing a highly anticipated sequel mixtape with DJ Drama on Twitter (X).
The duo will release I Showed U So, a follow-up to their 2006 Gangsta Grillz branded mixtape, I Told U So. This upcoming release further solidifies Gotti’s influence in the music industry.
This move to pursue further education mirrors the decision made by fellow rapper Kodak Black earlier this year. During the Super Bowl weekend, Kodak revealed his plans to enroll at Alabama State University (ASU) to work on his major after completing the necessary prerequisites.