“I actually got amazing-ass test scores on it.” — Kevin Federline.
His Teen Choice Awards rap debut was heinous, but you can’t keep K-Fed’s spirits down. What is the world’s biggest deadbeat and worst rapper talking about with this quote, you ask? The GED. That’s the General Educational Development (or, as T.H. Gossip likes to call it, with a nod to Chris Rock, the Good Enough Diploma) test, of course.
The rapping aspirant is proud of his score, saying that he passed the high school equivalency exam with flying colors — “Not that it’s the hardest thing in the world,” he admits — with his math skills in particular being put to good use. He’s calculated that his net worth, even after making $2 million on his reality TV show, is about… jack $h!t.
That’s right, folks. Kevin Federline claims he does not have, or spend, money.
Whatever. It’s good to know that regardless of his financial situation, K-Fed can always fall back on his degree, one way or another.
“I got pretty high test scores for the state of California,” the 28-year-old brags.
T.H. Gossip hereby challenges Federline to a GED contest. If he can beat any of our editors’ scores, which are also amazing-ass, we’ll never post a derogatory remark about him again. We’re also officially challenging him to a dance-off and a rapping contest, since he’s apparently not too solid at either of these professions.