Obviously everything about Lil Tay is fake. The cars, the money, the idea that she's "Harvard dropout." For those that don't know Lil Tay has garnished internet "fame" by posting some of the most ratchet videos I've ever seen on instagram. Throwing cash, sitting in luxury cars she claims to own, and hanging out with rappers are just some of the things you can see on Lil Tay's Instagram. Many have questioned who's approving her behavior and how does she have all these things. Weeks prior word broke out that the lavish houses Lil Tay was filming her videos in her homes owned by a real estate agent Lil Tay's mother had worked for. She has since been fired. This all came to head when Good Morning America decided to do some research. If you're itching to know what they found out, refer to the first sentence of this post. Yes they did an excellent job exposing a 9 year old as a fraud but to me this would be like doing an exclusive interview with Doogie Howser. GMA reporter Juju Chang asks if she knows where Harvard is located as though she hit this little girl with a huge truth uncovering zinger. Why would Harvard accept a 9 year old, let alone Lil Tay? Questioning if she'll regret these videos in future or if she understands the consequences isn't doing a thing in today's media age. I know people like to poke fun at clout chasers but at 2 millions plus followers you can turn that into real dollars. So sorry GMA. You tried it. But if anything you just furthered Lil Tay's career.