Dr. Dre's daughter Truly Young once complained that he was forcing her to attend the University of Southern California. On Sunday, the legendary music producer deleted an Instagram post bragging that his daughter was accepted to USC on her academic merits.
"No jail time," Dre wrote in the caption of a photo that showed him posing with Truly and her USC admission certificate.
Dre was referring to the college entrance scandal that resulted in the arrests of 50 wealthy parents including actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin. The defendants are accused of paying a California man $25 million to get their children into top schools, including USC.
Dre angered his social media followers when he bragged that Truly had earned her admission to USC academically. But in an old Instagram post unearthed by VladTV.com, Truly wrote, "Dad pushing me to go to USC." She expressed her disappointment in a post in May 2018.
Dre's followers pointed out that he and business partner Jimmy Iovine donated $70 million to USC six years ago.
The money was used to build the Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation on the USC campus.
Lori Loughlin's daughter, Olivia Jade, also complained that her mom was pushed her to attend USC. The social media influencer made it clear that she was more interested in partying and attending football games than attending college.