"My daughter got accepted into USC all on her own. No jail time!!!" the rapper wrote in a now-deleted Instagram post. The incident comes soon after the USC admission scandal surfaced.
In a hilariously embarrassing turn of events, hip-hop legend Dr. Dre as of late deleted an Instagram post about his little girl getting accepted into the University of Southern California without 'jail time'.
The globally loved icon did so after updates on him giving $70 million to the school back in 2013 reemerged in public.
Dre, 54, a former member of the immensely influential 90's rap group NWA, whose real name is Andre Young, was a rather highly-pleased father on Saturday when he shared the updates on his girl, Truly Young, getting admission into USC. And naturally, his post went insanely viral, not for positive reasons though!
In the now-erased post, the music big shot gladly expressed, "My daughter got accepted into USC all on her own. No jail time!!!" Furthermore, accompanying the already boastful post was an image of his girl happily holding her authentication of affirmation from the college itself.
The post was a hidden reference to all the A-list guardians who were blamed for bribing the administrations to secure admission to colleges, similar to performing artist Lori Loughlin, who was as of late prosecuted with her better half over a consent to pay fixes totaling a huge sum of money to support their two girls' odds of getting into USC.
By Sunday evening, the rapper and creator of Beats by Dre had erased his post after the netizens found that he and producer Jimmy lovine made a $70 million donation in 2013 to the school for the formation of the Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation.
Dre is technically correct - his bribe was legal— Fletcher Cocquyt (@Cocquyt) March 24, 2019
The esteemed private college is among various schools engaged with the $25 million school admissions scandal which concentrated on getting understudies admitted to world-class colleges as enrolled athletes, paying little mind to their athletic capacities, and helping potential understudies undermine their school tests, as per the March 12 prosecution.
I love that twitter changed my mood to “that’s awesome Dr. Dre!” to “oh he shady af”— Ezra Caraveo (@Ezra_Caraveo) March 24, 2019
Consequently, USC said it will research the admissions-status of understudies accepted to be connected to the outrage in which two of the school's athletic division representatives were terminated.
Up until now a dozen people—six of whom are athletic coaches—pleaded not guilty as of late to charges connected to the sweeping college admissions scandal dubbed 'Operation Varsity Blues.'
The scandal may have held our interest thanks to the involvement of celebrities like Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, but its scope also, of course, extends to more run-of-the-mill rich people who sought to get their kids into top-tier schools through a sprawling bribery scheme concocted by college admissions consultant William 'Rick' Singer.