JT Of Metropolis Women can barely learn and write; Twitter claims it dropped out of center faculty

JT, one half of popular female hip-hop group City Girls, comes under fire after MTO News learned that fans on Twitter said they could “barely read or write.”

JT grew up in Grandpa-locka, Florida with her close friend and rap partner, Yung Miami. They attended Carol City Middle School in Miami Gardens, Florida and were known for partying at clubs, block parties, and strip clubs in the area.

But JT doesn’t talk much about her teenage years – except when she was in middle school. Many of her fans think the rapper may have dropped out of school before she went to high school.

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Twitter quickly ran on the alleged rumor – JT dropped out of middle school – and started rereading her tweets, pointing out the obvious grammatical errors.

After hundreds of tweets and negative comments, JT finally spoke up, claiming that her grammatical errors were NOT due to her inability to read or write properly – but rather to her typing very quickly.

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Shortly after releasing her 2017 debut single “Fuck Dat Nigga”, JT was arrested and convicted of fraudulent credit card charges and sentenced to 24 months in prison for aggravated identity theft.

After postponing her handover date, JT reported to the authorities on June 29, 2018 and was serving her sentence while held at the FCI Tallahassee in July 2018. She was due to be released on March 21, 2020. As She Expected After her release on October 8th, JT was relocated to an intermediate house in Atlanta by the Tallahassee FCI. During her stay in the intermediate house, she was able to leave the house during the day to work and visit family and friends.

To celebrate their release, JT released a track called “JT First Day Out”. In the song, she calls Yung Miami and knocks, “I was a real slut before the fed case / Yung Miami held me down, that’s a bitch ace / and if a bitch tries it, it’s a cold case.”

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