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A teenager from Memphis, Tenn. became a valedictorian at his high school and earned more than $3 million in college scholarships, all while experiencing homelessness.

Local Fox News affiliate Fox13 reports that 17-year-old Tupac Mosley maintained a 4.3 GPA his senior year after his father's death led to the family's eviction from their home. Mosley moved from home to home over the last several months of his high school career, staying with different people and non-profit organizations.

Prior to his high school graduation, Mosley received more than 50 college scholarships totaling more than $3 million....

https://thehill.com/homenews/news/444877-homeless-teen-becomes-valedictorian-gets-3-million-in-scholarships


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Nice story.  It's so rare for anything good to come out of Memphis.
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Other schools give a Participation trophy.  Good for Tupac what the hell is his her name
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Other schools give a Participation trophy.  Good for Tupac what the hell is his her name

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The name Tupac is of Aztec origin and means "Warrior, Messenger."
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Right.  Sounds like a failed Rapper.
“Here’s the truth. Life begins at conception. Government is too big. Our taxes are too high. And our car insurance is too expensive. President Trump is doing a great job. Facts matter more than feelings. The Second Amendment is self-explanatory. And as a doctor, I can assure you there are only two genders.”

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Right.  Sounds like a failed Rapper.

He didn't name himself.  You been hanging with that Bill Cipher dude?
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He didn't name himself.  You been hanging with that Bill Cipher dude?

He should sue his parents for the ghetto generated name they planted on him. 
“Here’s the truth. Life begins at conception. Government is too big. Our taxes are too high. And our car insurance is too expensive. President Trump is doing a great job. Facts matter more than feelings. The Second Amendment is self-explanatory. And as a doctor, I can assure you there are only two genders.”

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He should sue his parents for the ghetto generated name they planted on him.

Definitely spending time with Cipher.
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Good for him.

He took advantage of the opportunities afforded him to the fullest, and I do mean FULLEST.
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