*A 17-year-old homeless high school student from Memphis has been named valedictorian in addition to receiving millions in college scholarship money.
Mosley graduated from Raleigh Egypt High School on Sunday with a 4.3 GPA. During his graduation speech, he thanked his teachers and principal for their support.
“Everything that you poured into me was worth $3 million and counting,” Mosley said of his supporters.
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Tupac Mosley became valedictorian and received $3 million in scholarships while homeless.
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“After my father passed, we fell behind on bills and we ended up getting evicted from our home on Feb. 21,” Mosley told WHBQ.. “So we went to different homes so far and we were blessed to have For The Kingdom.”
He now has plans to move into a permanent home.
“Never let your current situation, whatever circumstances you’re going through, be a mountain that you can’t climb,” Mosley told WHBQ.
Mosley plans to attend Tennessee State University in the fall where he will major in electrical engineering.