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Dr. Dre is one proud dad—his daughter Really Younger, 18, obtained into the College of Southern California (USC). He praised her on Instagram over the achievement on Saturday night time, and could not assist but in addition throw some shade on the individuals who have been just lately indicted in a university admissions scandal, which embody Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman.
“My daughter obtained accepted into USC all on her personal. No jail time!!!” the rapper wrote, alongside a photograph of him standing along with his daughter as she holds a folder containing her USC certificates of admission and school brochures.
A number of fellow rappers congratulated Dre’s daughter on her acceptance to USC, together with Sean “Diddy” Combs, Busta Rhymes, T.I. and Timbaland. Followers additionally expressed their congratulations, whereas others identified a curious truth: In 2013, Dre and music government Jimmy Iovine donated $70 million to USC to ascertain the school’s Jimmy Iovine and Andre Younger Academy for Arts, Know-how and the Enterprise of Innovation.
Dre’s daughter additionally posted the picture of her and her dad on her personal Instagram web page, writing, “I obtained accepted into USC all by myself. No jail time!!!”
“ALL MY HARD WORLD PAID OFF,” she wrote on her Instagram Story. “IM GOING TO FILM SCHOOL.”
Earlier this month, some 50 folks, together with Loughlin and Huffman, have been charged in an alleged $25 million racketeering scheme to assist rich American mother and father get their youngsters into elite universities, together with Yale, Stanford and USC.
The rip-off, the biggest in U.S. historical past, allegedly concerned bribes given to coaches and stand-in check takers, in addition to doctored images misrepresenting candidates as elite athletes.
Dre isn’t the primary celeb to joke in regards to the school admissions scandal, or the primary to reward their little one over their admission to a high school. Earlier this month, Rob Lowe‘s son John Owen Lowe, who attended Stanford College, tweeted that he “studied for MONTHS for the SAT” and that he’s “extremely grateful that I had the privilege and alternative to have a tutor and to afford apply check applications.”
“Nonetheless happy with this achievement,” he wrote with a photograph from commencement day. “Glad for everybody on the market who earned their accomplishments…and actually unhappy for individuals who have been by no means allowed the chance.”
Rob retweeted one message, including, “Very happy with my sincere, hardworking sons.”