The hip-hop king Dr. Dre brags his daughter got into USC ‘On Her Own’ amid the admissions scandal.
- Dr. Dre brags his daughter got into college ‘On Her Own’ amid the admissions scandal.
- The hip-hop king's daughter Truly Young, 18 recently got into the University of Southern California (USC).
- Dre and many other artists congratulate her on Instagram over the achievement.
- Earlier this month, around 50 people were allegedly charged in $25 million racketeering scheme masterminded by William Singer.
Dr. Dre, a proud dad of 18 years old daughter Truly Young, who got into the University of Southern California (USC), praised her on Instagram over the achievement.
Dr. Dre Brags His Daughter Got Into USC ‘On Her Own’ Amid Admissions Scandal.
On Saturday night, the hip-hop king Dre couldn't help much but throw some shade at the people who were recently indicted in a college admissions scandal that include Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman.
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"My daughter got accepted into USC all on her own. No jail time!!!" the rapper captioned, alongside a photo of him with his daughter where both seems happy as Young holds her USC certificate of admission and college brochures.
Truly also posted the picture of her standing beside her father on her Instagram page, captioning, "I got accepted into USC all on my own. No jail time!!!"Also, she did share her happiness in her Insta-stories.
Dr. Dre's daughter flaunts about her college admission on her Instagram Stories.
Meanwhile, several rappers didn't back off from congratulating Dre's daughter on her acceptance to USC, including Busta Rhymes, Sean "Diddy" Combs, T.I. and Timbaland.
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Majority of Dre's Fans also gave warm congratulations, while others pointed out the welfare Dr. Dre did, back in 2013. Basically, he and music executive Jimmy Iovine had donated $70 million to USC to establish the college's 'Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation.'
In earlier this month, around 50 people, including Loughlin and Huffman, were allegedly charged in $25 million racketeering scheme masterminded by William Singer. The scheme was to help wealthy American parents- get their kids into elite universities including Yale, Stanford, and USC.
Well, the scam, was the largest in U.S. history, that involved bribes given to coaches and stand-in test takers, as well as doctored photos misrepresenting applicants as elite athletes.
Hollywood actress Lori Loughlin got dropped by a TV network while her daughter lost a sponsorship deal. Loughlin’s daughters already left USC formally and could be banned from campus forever.