Dr. Dre recounted that his daughter entered the University of Southern California with "no prison time" – in a seemingly digging of the high-profile and famous parents involved in the nationwide college admissions scam.
The 54-year-old hip hop legend released an Instagram image of herself and her daughter on Saturday, showing an elite collegiate emblazoned hospital pack with a "#ItotIntoUSC" sticker.
"My daughter was accepted to USC alone" mogul wrote. "No prison time !!!"
Over 30 parents, including actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, were charged this month in a widespread scheme where their children were fraudulently accessed by some of the best schools in the country, including the USC,
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Some social media users pointed out that Dre, whose real name is Andre Young, donated $ 70 million to USC in 2013 with the music industry entrepreneur Jimmy Iovine.
The great gift was used to create Jimmy Iovine and the Second Young Academy of Arts, Technology and Business of Innovation, home to a four-year undergraduate school program.
"Dr Dre donated a building / $ 70 million to USC and his daughter came right in. Make me a favor and stop BS. Rich people will always have benefits …," wrote @ NYCars1 .
"Dr. Dre retraining colleges as it has been done for centuries," added another user .