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Kevin Jonas lectures Georgetown business school students

(Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images) (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

Hey isn’t that… the oldest Jonas, Kevin, dining at Chinatown hot spot Graffiato on Monday night with two unidentified guests. Dapper in jeans and a leather jacket, the 26-year-old father to 3-month-old Alena Rose was in town to speak to a class of Georgetown MBA students about social media.

The table of three had the “goodfellas pizza,” two orders of chef Mike Isabella’s famous chicken with pepperoni sauce, and more. They topped the night off with gelato and espresso. The next morning, Jonas, who did not graduate from college, was up bright and early for school.

“Speaking at Georgetown’s MBA social media class today pretty good for not going to college,” posted Jonas on his Instagram profile Tuesday morning, adding the hashtag “#fakeittillyoumakeit.”

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