Everybody wants to be like Lil Pump.
Fresh off the release of his new album Harverd Dropout, the 18-year-old rapper brought Harverd University to “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” for a spirited performance of his Lil Wayne-assisted single “Be Like Me.”
Dressed in a bedazzled cap and gown, Pump kicked off the pep rally-themed set surrounded by cheerleaders and a marching band. As confetti fell from the ceiling, he made his way through the crowd and onto the stage where he continued to perform his flashy anthem.
“Everybody wanna be like me / Bust down big chains and dress fancy,” he rapped. “I take drugs like it’s vitamin C / I’m a millionaire, but I don’t know how to read.”
Pump, who will reportedly deliver the commencement speech at the actual Harvard University, dropped his sophomore album Harverd Dropout on Friday featuring “Be Like Me,” plus collaborations with Kanye West, Offset, Quavo, YG, and 2 Chainz.