UPDATE: No good deed is unpunished in the online world, and Dr. Dre has removed his splendid Instagram post on his daughter's USC access after serious online backlash.
Dr. Dre had previously cried that his daughter had not circumcised or scammed her into the university, unlike other celebrities or executive children. But cynics pointed out that he was part of a $ 70 million donation to the school five years ago along with partner Jimmy Iovine to find an institution. Dre then removed the Instagram record.
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Dr. Dre did the reference while showing himself and daughter on Instagram with a hospital admission package with hashtag #IGotIntoUSC. The thin blurred message was an attack on the celebrities and leaders who shamed their offspring for inclusion with USC and other elite colleges.
In the current scandal, rich parents used bribes and help to get their children special access to top-level colleges that might otherwise have overlooked them. The tactics included claim that they were recruited for Olympic sports in the schools, but also included cash bribes. Two USC athletic department officials, including a trainer, were disturbed by the lawful authorities working for the prosecution on the scheme.
Some social media users questioned "on their own" and noted that Dr. Dre and Music / Tech Partner Jimmy Iovine jointly donated $ 70 million to USC to create Jimmy Iovine and the Second Young Academy of Arts, Technology and Business of Innovation, a bachelor's program.
Dr. Dre's early career as a member of N.W.A was portrayed in the film Straight Outta Compton . He has six Grammy Awards, including Producer of the Year, and has appeared as an actor in Set It Off, The Wash and Training Day .
He released his first brand of headphones, Beats By Dr. Dre, and had the brand bought by Apple in 201