Yo Gotti announced Tuesday that he’s enrolled in a business class at UCLA‘s Anderson School of Management this winter.

According to the description, the 42-year-old is taking a course called Corporate Valuation, taught by Professor Lori Santikian. In the study, students learn analytical tools for valuing projects, corporations, initial public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, private companies and debt. According to XXL, this course is intended to help students learn how to identify and value real scenarios and how they affect investment decisions.

He celebrated his enrollment on Instagram, posting multiple pictures of himself on campus.

The UCLA Anderson School of Management was ranked among the top 20 of U.S. News & World Report’s best business schools for the 2023-2024 school year, according to TMZ. As a business-savvy individual, he entered a distribution agreement with Interscope in 2021. As part of XXL’s digital cover story in 2021, the CMG owner explained how he controls his business’ vision and expenses.

“As a businessman, I cover all business the same, small or big, it’s all important to me,” he said. “Key things is making sure we in control of our vision. CMG, with me and with my artists’ vision, I feel like I’m responsible to make sure that we always got 100 percent control of what our vision is, individually as artists and as a label, so that’s very key.”


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On Sunday, the Memphis rapper completed his Gangsta Art tour with GloRilla, EST Gee, Moneybagg Yo and more. On the Own Your Leisure podcast in the summer, he discussed spending $400,000 to $500,000 to get out of bad contracts and developed CMG in 2012, according to Complex.

“The company had folded, and then the contracts got acquired by the next company that bought it. We basically moved to the company that bought the other company, but I wasn’t really like super pleased with the original company anyway,” he said. “So, I saw that as a move when they went to the new company, to approach them like, ‘Yo, I’m trying to like do something different, but I ain’t asking for nothing for free. You know what it costs. So, how we can work it out?”