For weeks, Operation Varsity Blues has served as a beacon of glee for those of us who had to go to college fairly: with extraordinary grades, ambition, and our dignity and future provide fiscal stability to the gods of financial aid as adequate sacrifices. We made the immersion in Lori Loughlin, Felicity Huffman and the company so funny that even other rich people have tried to get involved in the action.
Over the weekend Dr. On Instagram, I posted a photo of himself and his daughter Truly Young, with a seemingly welcome package from USC, the university at the center of the big recording scandal that broke 12 March. Beneath the photo, the music mogul and the proud father added the caption: "My daughter was picked up in the USC alone. No prison time !!! "
He was allowed to laugh at himself for a few seconds before the internet quickly gained access to his long memory. Also a joint donation of $ 70 million to the same university. In 2013, Dre and his colleague Jimmy Iovine donated the ultimate donation to the university to form USC Jimmy Iovine and the Andre Young Academy of Arts, Technology and Business of Innovation. It is neither illegal nor the most original way of ruling out favor for a child, but it's definitely not like filling out a FAFSA application on the family's virus-scanned desktop. And although there is no official word that this donation had anything to do with his daughter's acceptance, looks are more than jokes. Dre quietly removed the post.
To the remaining well-to-do population who might feel the urge to throw in their own adorable little jab: Please do not. Let the rest of us have this one thing, if there's any juice left at this point.
[Via Vulture ]