A billionaire, Robert F. Smith, gave the commencement address to the graduating class of Morehouse College and he pledged to pay off all their student loans. Since this Morehouse speech, Smith has received offers to speak at 8,000 other universities.

The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon

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It's officially graduation season! I want to say congrats to all the college grads out there on taking your next step in life: binge drinking without the ability to sleep in.

This weekend, a billionaire named Robert Smith gave the commencement address at Morehouse College, and during his speech, he announced that he was paying off all the graduates' student loans. Pretty cool. The senior class was in shock, while last year's class was like, "You gotta be kidding me!"

The Late Late Show With James Corden

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A university student in South Africa was arrested recently after impersonating a KFC food inspector and, this is true, scamming them into giving him free food every day for a year. The most shocking part of this story is that this guy ate KFC every day for a year and lived to tell the tale.

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