It’s often been said: You’re never too old to finish your education, which Bryson Tiller just showed, even to himself after saying once he’d never go back to school.
The popular singer announced on Instagram Thursday, June 25 that he graduated from Iroquois High School in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, at age 27.
Tiller dropped out of Iroquois High School in 2013, two years before he released his debut album “Trapsoul,” which, landed on Billboard 200’s top 10.
Tiller added, “Next thing you know, he said, ‘You should quit your job,’ and I quit my job instantly.
Reportedly, Tiller’s first live show was in 2015 at Fort Valley State University in Fort Valley, Georgia, and he’s had a change of mind about going back to school since then.