T-Pain Founds 'Wiscansin University'

By Isha Thorpe

March 30, 2018

T-Pain is all about education. That's why the recording artist founded Wiscansin University!

On Twitter, T-Pain published an introduction video about his new business endeavor. "#Wiscansin University is now open for the spring semester! I can't believe it either," he posted the 52-second clip. But, that's not all that was in the tweet. T-Pain also gave us the website to his new institution, which is http://wiscansin.co

When fans click the link, they'll see an official school site. "We ignore what matters most and focus on having the most fun. Join our community of students, faculty, alumni, and those who’ve never actually enrolled but hang out on campus anyways," the school's mission statement reads. Wow, what a place to be! The school site also shows T-Pain and other guys on the Wiscansin page. The singer is listed as the dean. 

His statement under a photo of him reads: "Prior to leading the illustrious Wiscansin University, Dr. Pain overcame many obstacles early on as a rambunctious young adult in the sunny city of Tallahassee. Pain is known for introducing some of the institutions widely popular areas of study including Intro to Chopping and Screwing, Accounting for Strippers and The Art of Being Sprung. After many years of outstanding service in the academic world, Dr. Pain was inducted as the 22nd dean of Wiscansin University."

Elsewhere on the site, viewers can learn about Wiscansin University's campus life, academics and more. But, here's the kicker. Some of the school's alumni include Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Ciara, Wale, and so much more. See a snapshot of the alumni page below. 

This is most likely promo for an upcoming project, of course. It reminds us a bit about the rollout of Eminem's REVIVAL. Nevertheless, who's enrolling this semester? 

Photo: Getty Images


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