Dr. Dre & His Daughter Brag About Her USC Acceptance
Dr. Dre isn’t the type of artist who posts everything he does on social media, but he’ll always share when he’s in the middle of a proud fatherhood moment.
In the midst of the huge college admissions scandal that’s rocking the nation, high school seniors all over the country are receiving their acceptance letters to their dream schools. One of those students just so happens to be Dr. Dre’s daughter, Truly Young, who just got accepted into USC….what serendipitous timing, eh?
The music mogul posted a photo of him and his daughter holding up her certificate of admission with the caption, “My daughter got accepted into USC all on her own. No jail time!!!”
You can’t really blame Dre for his troll, because the opportunity was just too perfect. Fellow celebrities Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are facing criminal charges for allegedly paying to get their kids into prestigious schools–and USC just so happens to be the school at the center of the scandal.
Even though Dr. Dre and his daughter are sure that her merit and hard work is what got her into USC’s film school, a lot of people have begun calling out the producer for being hypocritical. Back in 2013, Dre and his business partner Jimmy Iovine founded the Jimmy Iovine And Andre Young Academy, donating millions of dollars to the college. There also happens to be an entire hall on USC’s campus named after the two.
With that being said, actually donating money and building halls, libraries, etc. on campus has been the legal way rich people have been getting their kids into college for decades–so even though Dr. Dre’s daughter might have had a big leg up, at least they didn’t do anything illegal.