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Dr Dre says his daughter got into USC on her own despite $70m donation

Dr. Dre boasts his daughter got into USC ‘all on her own’ in the wake of the college admission scandal – despite him making a $70 million donation in 2013 and having a building named after him

  • Dr. Dre took to Instagram on Saturday to brag about his 18-year-old daughter Truly Young’s acceptance into USC
  • He threw shade at those embroiled in the college admissions scandal by declaring his daughter was accepted without bribing or cheating her way in
  • The 54-year-old posted a photo of himself and his daughter with her certificate of admission
  • His daughter’s admission comes six years after Dre and record producer Jimmy Iovine made a whopping $70 million donation to USC
  • They also have a building named after them on the USC campus 

Dr. Dre has boasted about his youngest daughter being accepted into the University of Southern California ‘all on her own’ – six years after the rapper donated $70 million to the school.

The rapper, whose real name in Andre Young, took to Instagram on Saturday to brag about his 18-year-old daughter Truly Young’s acceptance into USC. 

In his social media post, the 54-year-old threw shade at those embroiled in the college admissions scandal by declaring his daughter was accepted without bribing or cheating her way in.    

‘My daughter got accepted into USC all on her own. No jail time!!!,’ Dre wrote alongside a photo of them posing with Truly’s certificate of admission.

Dr. Dre, whose real name in Andre Young, took to Instagram on Saturday to brag about his 18-year-old daughter Truly Young’s acceptance into USC. He shared this photo of them posing with her certificate of admission

Her admission comes six years after Dre and record producer Jimmy Iovine made a whopping $70 million donation to USC. 

Their donation in 2013 went towards creating the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for arts and technology. 

They also have a building named after them on the USC campus. 

‘The vision and generosity of Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young will profoundly influence the way all of us perceive and experience artistic media,’ C. L. Max Nikiasthe, who was the USC president at the time, said when the donation was made.  

A news release from USC in 2013 said the academy named after the music industry icons would help undergraduates in marketing, business entrepreneurship, computer science and engineering, audio and visual design, and the arts.

Dr Dre (center) and record producer Jimmy Iovine (left) made a whopping $70 million donation to USC in 2013. They are pictured above in 2017 when USC revealed they were building a hall named after the two music industry icons

Dr Dre (center) and record producer Jimmy Iovine (left) made a whopping $70 million donation to USC in 2013. They are pictured above in 2017 when USC revealed they were building a hall named after the two music industry icons 

Dre and Iovine (center) have a building named after them on the USC campus following the creation of the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for arts and technology

Dre and Iovine (center) have a building named after them on the USC campus following the creation of the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for arts and technology 

Dre’s ‘no jail time’ comment was a jab at the 50 people charged earlier this month in the largest college admissions cheating scandal in U.S. history.

Among those arrested were actress Lori Loughlin and her designer husband Mossimo Giannulli who are accused of paying $500,000 to get their two daughters into USC as fake rowing recruits.

Their daughters, Olivia and Isabella, have since dropped out of USC in the wake of the scandal. 

USC was the most implicated school involved in the cheating scandal after prosecutors said wealthy parents either paid bribes to have a college counselor rig standardized tests or get their children admitted as recruits of sports they didn’t play. 

More than half the 32 parents charged were trying to bribe their children’s way into USC. 

The 54-year-old rapper threw shade at those embroiled in the college admissions scandal by declaring his daughter was accepted without bribing or cheating her way in

The 54-year-old rapper threw shade at those embroiled in the college admissions scandal by declaring his daughter was accepted without bribing or cheating her way in 

Truly's admission comes six years after her father made a $70 million donation to USC

Truly is the rapper's youngest daughter

Truly’s admission comes six years after her father, as well as record producer Jimmy Iovine, made a whopping $70 million donation to USC 

 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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