Lori Loughlin’s daughter Olivia Jade popped on Twitter for “silent” comments on white privileges amid a college admissions scandal
Her parents were found guilty of the admissions scandal for attempting to fraudulently admit their two daughters to the prestigious University of Southern California.
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And now the 20-year-old “influencer” is being beaten up on Twitter for her “toneless” comments.
Backlash: Lori Loughlin’s daughter Olivia Jade, 20, was beaten up on Twitter for “silent” comments on white privilege during the college admissions scandal
“Olivia Jade on IG goes on about white privileges … you mean what kept your parents out of jail and this fake brought you to the USC? I just can’t do it, ”tweeted a user.
Another wrote: “Olivia Jade talked about white privileges but ignored the fact that her parents had bribed and paid for her way to college. Bye.’
“Her white privilege got her out of trouble,” wrote someone in the comments section of Olivia’s Instagram post.
“You really have no confidence,” tweeted another user. “They are embarrassingly deaf and legitimately have to complete an apprenticeship.”
College scandal: Twitter users couldn’t get over Olivia’s parents pleading guilty to paying $ 500,000 to get her and her sister to the prestigious USC
“Sound deaf”: She was accused of having “no self-confidence”.
Wrong kind of influencer: The Twitter verse was not impressed by Olivia’s comments on social media
Full house star Loughlin and her husband, designer Mossimo Giannulli, have been accused by the attorney general of having paid $ 500,000 to take Olivia and her sister Bella to the USC as crew recruits, although both were not athletes.
55-year-old Loughlin and 56-year-old Mossimo reached a plea last month in the event that they plead guilty to making allegations of fraud by bank transfer and mail.
The actress is expected to be in prison for two months and do 100 hours of community service, while Giannulli will be behind bars and 250 hours of community service for five months.
The couple, who will also pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines, will be officially sentenced in August.
Plea: The full house star, pictured with Olivia and Bella in 2017, is expected to be in jail for two months and do 100 hours of community service if convicted in August
It was these circumstances that triggered the backlash when Olivia announced that she was not always aware of the problems of race and inequality as a person born into a privilege because of my skin color and financial situation.
“It makes me learn more and do more and be better for all my beautiful black friends and any other person who is subject to discrimination,” she said.
Olivia then urged her followers: “Don’t sit down and let this continue … if you see something that doesn’t look right … do something !!!!!”
She said, “I’m not racist and never was, but I have to talk about it because it’s not enough not to be racist. It makes me angry. It makes me sick. It brings me to tears. There shouldn’t be such a gap between people like this. ‘
After the murder of George Floyd, Olivia had asked her followers: “Don’t sit down and let this continue … if you see something that doesn’t look right … do something !!!!!”