igh school yearbooks are filled with senior quotes that range from philosophical and deep (for high school, anyway) to comedic and ridiculous. But senior Gabriel Silvan had a much loftier goal, and through hard work and dedication — okay, actually just through Twitter — he made it happen.
It all started back in December...
While other people were thinking about snow and mistletoe, Gabriel was thinking about how he could get a yearbook quote from his hero, rapper T-Pain.
He figured the only way to make that happen was to ask, so that’s what he did.
Ask and you shall receive!
Even though Mr. Pain has more than a million followers, that request somehow made its way through and he delivered the goods.
“People don’t think it be like it be, but it do,” the rapper responded.
So Silvan submitted the quote to the yearbook, and there you go!
When he received his yearbook at the end of the school year, he tweeted back at T-Pain with the final result.
And dude replied again!
T-Pain has to be busy and probably gets about twelve million and three requests from people to do stuff, so it’s pretty cool that he actually took the time to reply.
Clearly this made Silvan's day/year/existence up to this point in time.
But there is a little bit of twist to the story…