Brad Pitt Sends Congratulations to Missouri State University Grads

Brad Pitt Sends Congratulations to Missouri State University Grads”

A Missouri State University professor, seeking to do something special for graduates of MSU that were having their final year hampered by the coronavirus outbreak, made a decision to track down one of Springfield's most famous native sons to address graduates.

"Hi everyone, Brad here from quarantine with a shout-out to the graduating class of Missouri State University!" said Pitt in the recorded message. But while they can't receive their degrees in person during the pandemic, at least the students graduating from Missouri State University got a special treat!

"It must be very odd to do this in these trying times", noted Pitt in the video. "We wish you all the best in your future endeavors", Pitt said. After his message, he ends the clip by asking new grads to "think big".

That's when Pitt, a native of Springfield - where the university is located - pops up on-screen. Pitt said in the video shared on Twitter by the university. The University captioned the post as, "We have one more surprise for our #BearGrads: A special message from one of Springfield's own".

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The less than two-minute video was released by MSU President Clif Smart, telling Boomer University mascot, "I was truly proud of all of our faculty and staff who sent literally hundreds of video congratulations to our senior students. year". It's just a place where people always remember where they've come from'. "Brad, take it away", Smart said.

Brad is now quarantining and made the video from his home as a way to boost the morale of the graduating students in the tough times that lie ahead.

The "Fight Club" star has added commencement wishes to a growing quarantine resume that also includes doing weather reports and impersonations.

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