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Kimora Lee Simmons is ecstatic that her 16-year-old daughter Aoki Lee Simmons won acceptance to Harvard University. The former model and TV personality took to Instagram Stories on Thursday to announce her daughter's academic achievement.

Kimora appeared emotional as she announced that Aoki, whom she shares with ex-husband, music mogul Russell Simmons, had received her admissions letter from the prestigious institution.

"She got into Harvard! I'm still crying and beaming. You don't understand this has been a ride for me. I'm two out of two kids in college. I have two boys left, I don't know if I can do it. Quite honestly she really did it on her own merit and we're so really proud."

Kimora made a dig at the 50 wealthy parents who were indicted in the recent U.S. college admissions scandal. The parents, including actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, are accused of paying millions of dollars to get their underachieving children into top colleges as part of a scheme that involved altering exam results and bribing college officials.

"Aoki can't row or anything like that," she said, referring to Loughlin's 2 daughters who were admitted to USC as bogus members of the women's rowing team. "There was really no hope for us in that area. I'm just so proud that you did it on your own. Praise the Lord," the 43-year-old joked.

In a separate social media post, Kimora added that Aoki was also accepted to Dartmouth, Vassar, and Barnard Colleges. Aoki took to Instagram to express her excitement over the news too, with her post thanking her friends and family for their support.

"I'm only 16 and I'm going to Harvard baby! Insert emotional crying face," she wrote. "Thank you so much to every single person who helped me along the way. I am excited and honored and so so grateful," adding the hashtag #Harvard2023.
 

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  • Mielle Downey

    Good for her I am so happy for her. Knowledge is power.

  • Guest

    Good job mama! Congrats Aoki!

  • KcoolMuziq

    What a GREAT achievement!!!

  • Rayscoty

    Sandra out of Kimora photos you located her having a stroke..

  • NaeNae2015

    "Aoki can't row or anything like that, There was really no hope for us in that area." LMAO!!!!!

  • CoTToNCaNDie SWeeTAsGolD

    That video was EEEverything!!!! Congrats baby girl!!! She's so pretty to me... a good mix of both parents!

  • Navybeans95

    And didn't buy or cheat her way there....good job? girl got brains...

  • NewNew

    That's wonderful. Congrats!

  • AmericanDream

    I’m not impressed . Come back and talk to me when a kid whose parents are low income and work two jobs to make ends meet and who didn’t go to $35k/year private school makes it to Princeton .

    I have nothing against that kid but let’s not act like people born into extreme wealth and privilege are somehow achieving something by getting admitted into schools that were originally and are still meant for people like them.

  • Renee26

    ?

  • Renee26

    Whoop Whoop

  • Hazel

    That is awesome! It is damn near impossible to get accepted to Harvard these days. Just wish that these celebrities would stop throwing shade; although their kids may have not cheated, no doubt their parents' celebrity played a role. Just shut up and let your kids have their moment without the palms.

  • Renee26

    That part

  • Shenanigans1

    They don’t have to keep slinging mud like this. It’s tacky. Last I checked both Dre and Kimora have mugshots as well as those white women.

  • Shenanigans1

    Right. Beyond tacky.

  • Hazel

    You should qualify your statement. Truth is; if those low income kids of whom you speak are minorities or first generation, they have an admissions hook too.

  • Bossy704

    This is the kind of achievement young women should be going for. As long as it is a good school. You don't have to go to Harvard. Hopefully we won't see any offbeat twerking videos like we got from Malia.

  • AphroKween

    Not all children "born into extreme wealth and priviledge" are able to get into Harvard or express interest in attending college. You do not have to be impress, however it IS impressive for a 16yrs old young lady to acheive. Congratulations Aoki!!

  • AphroKween

    BTW, her cousins Rev Runs kids did not attend Harvard.

  • Topic Influencer

    Kimmy mugshot was fabulous tho.

  • kboogie

    I agree..... Celebrity status plays a role.... No doubt

  • Hazel

    I wonder if Sasha Obama got in.

  • WinterIsComing

    Thank You! ????????

  • Hazel

    Knowledge is empowering, but an elite degree is power.

  • TamG

    The one bright spot about the college scandal is that I think it revealed to the masses what most of us knew anyway—getting into an Ivy League does not necessarily denote superior intellect. I love that the shimmer has worn off and the charade is subsiding.

  • WinterIsComing

    You know what ????

  • Cheese eggs

    So we can't just be happy that she got in? Her parents aren't poor so it doesn't count?

  • TamG

    Malia strikes me as one who got accepted based on legacy/ elitism over true intellectual heft or educational committment. Her “gap year” in which she wanted to go work in Hollyweird was a big tell.

  • Hazel

    Not at all. The 'shimmer' will never fade. Reverence for the ivy league is baked into our society. These schools were founded before our nation was born! This scandal will only cast doubt on kids of celebrities. the UBER rich, and athletes.

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    Yup. It's definitely not an even playing field for everybody. Being the child of somebody rich & famous is probably equivalent to an extra 300 or so points on your SAT.

  • Tiff J

    So.... is she going NOW? Or does she have to finish her senior year of HS first? If she's already been accepted, can she jus go ahead an wild out her last year of HS? LOL What's Ming up to? She's my fav or the two.

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    ^^^^ I wish I could like this 50 times.

  • TamG

    I disagree. The shimmer is wearing off not just on the Ivies, but college in general. I am hearing a lot of rumblings lately debating “is college worth it?” I still think it is to an extent, but it seems people are at least entertaining the idea that college is not the definer of character. I’m from the era in which it was, so while I got my degrees, I appreciate other means of obtaining success too, and I like that people aren’t looking “down” on the non-college-educated like they used to.

  • SpiceGirl

    Great, hope she makes something out of it.....congrats

  • Erin

    Had thi been a pregnancy announcement everyone of you guys saying big deal would be saying "yea I knew it". It shows in a lot of comments just how unfair life has been to some of you. I'm happy for the young sister keep shining baby girl and keep making the naysayers mad!

  • Topic Influencer

    You better DO young lady. Such an HONOR. So happy. Kimora girl you doing smashing out here on your mom game hun. Blessings.

  • Dem Moore

    She is smart and extremely humble good for her

  • the guest

    Aoki Lee was accepted based on name and diversity. Accepting a celebrity's mixed child of color is bonus points on every level for Harvard.

  • AmericanDream

    They don’t , stop spreading the oft-debunked propaganda of racist caucasians who have CHOSEN to believe that just being a minority gets you into a Ivy League if you want to . It DOES NOT . A low income minority with near perfect GPA has a much lower chance of getting in compared to a prep-school educated Caucasian kid with sub par GPA whose parents can pay full tuition. There are scores of studies on this

  • AmericanDream

    They don’t , stop spreading the oft-debunked propaganda of racist caucasians who have CHOSEN to believe that just being a minority gets you into a Ivy League if you want to . It DOES NOT . A low income minority with near perfect GPA has a much lower chance of getting in compared to a prep-school educated Caucasian kid with sub par GPA whose parents can pay full tuition. There are scores of studies on this

  • Curtis

    What did that person wrote that you like 50 times? I went to college with very rich kids and those from poor/ humble backgrounds and everyone was extremely smart. I do believe those rich kids would have made it any public school.
    My niece went to a 50k a year school in Connecticut but couldn't get into any Ivy league college, the disappointment is still raw to this day. There are very smart kids from any background.

  • Curtis

    What did that person wrote that you like 50 times? I went to college with very rich kids and those from poor/ humble backgrounds and everyone was extremely smart. I do believe those rich kids would have made it any public school.
    My niece went to a 50k a year school in Connecticut but couldn't get into any Ivy league college, the disappointment is still raw to this day. There are very smart kids from any background.

  • Hazel

    Bonus points, yes. But the indication she may have earned it...no deferral. At 16, she could have easily been deferred due to her age. Deferrals often happen if preference is at play, and given her young age, no one would question it.

  • Hazel

    Bonus points, yes. But the indication she may have earned it...no deferral. At 16, she could have easily been deferred due to her age. Deferrals often happen if preference is at play, and given her young age, no one would question it.

  • Topic Influencer

    Ming at Harvard too I belee.

  • Topic Influencer

    Ming at Harvard too I belee.

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    I think he/she is simply saying the system set up in favor of the rich, so it's not as impressive when a rich person gets into an Ivy League school as a poor person does, because the system is rigged in their favor anyway.

  • Logan Roberts

    Yass!!! A good old fashioned positive story.
    Kimora seems to be a great mom. Get it Aoki ???

  • SpillyNillie

    I have always respected Kimora as a mother. Way to go Aoki!

  • Gowns. Beautiful Gowns

    she said she is 16 and this is early acceptance. so proud of her

  • Hazel

    You clearly don't know the facts. These schools are need blind. When they make their admission decisions, finances are not a factor. There are ADMITTED elements that boost candidacy; elements that are publically known. Race and first generation are just two. Btw. I'm black, I went to Harvard, I went to prep school, and I interview Harvard applicants. So, speaking from EXPERIENCE....you're wrong.

  • DeJeri

    ...and it was only for weed which is actually legal now in a lot of places

  • AmericanDream

    I don’t know the facts ? So it’s a coincidence that Jared kushner got accepted into Harvard after his dad who had never been to Harvard himself made a $2.5 million donation ? Same situation with his wife at the university of Pennsylvania and tens of thousands of other examples . Do yourself a favor and stop talking because I’m going to embarrass you on this subject

  • Hazel

    Not early acceptance. Decisions were released yesterday. She is apparently just graduating HS at a young age, which is impressive.

  • MNjumpoffacliff

    Congrats to her, Russ and Kimora

  • Kimberly King

    Speaking of college, a lot of black kids these days are going to HBCU’s. There’s been a spike in HBCU enrollment over the past few years and I love it.

  • Topic Influencer

    BLOOPITY BLOOP. Sis you better come through with them facts and Harvard education. Congrats to YOU TOO

  • Mikayla

    Then you don’t understand how generational wealth works. Those kids are not only prepared for school before they even start, but the tutors, SAT prep programs, etc. etc. are very different from a family struggling to put food on the table. The poor kids who have parents that somehow can invest in them with time, or the kid is just exceptionally motivated… Those are exceptions. Just like it’s an exception for a rich privileged kid to be that lazy that they can’t get into any Ivy League schools.

  • Mikayla

    That’s because the Reverend Run is a rapper. His kids probably didn’t give a damn about school and didn’t apply themselves in high school. Entertainment people are different. I do think it’s nice that Aoki isn’t one of these vapid attention whore entertainment children. But all the entertainment children go to those schools that would prepare them for Harvard if they would do their work.

  • Hazel

    Let's go! Kushner got in due to donations (which is legal), Ivanka got in due to legacy/donations (which is also legal). There ARE thousands of examples like them..they are called 'development admits'..but they are NOT the same as 'full paying whites from prep schools'; who are everyday, upper income, 'unhooked' white kids.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    She was actually joking with the paparazzi at an airport when that pic was taken.

  • Mikayla

    I know Harvard and many others are need blind. All of them are not, though.

  • Mielle Downey

    Amen to that.

  • Hazel

    No congrats. I just think it's important that we share fact based information that could potentially help kids out. Most people don't have the funds to pay thousands for college consultants...so I do it for free when I can!

  • Mikayla

    I don’t see a problem with her working in Hollywood for her gap year, but I definitely think she got in based on her parents. She just seems dim. (Plus she’s been caught drinking in high school.) Aoki doesn’t.

  • Thingamajig

    Beautiful girl... Congrats Aoki!!!!!

  • Hazel

    No, most aren't. All the ivies are though, and many of the top liberal arts (Amherst. Wesleyan. Williams, Rice etc). Each school makes it clear if they are need blind or need aware.

  • DroneRivers

    Great job! That is a very bright girl.

  • AmericanDream

    For someone who supposedly went to Harvard you seem to have an awful struggle with basic comprehension . If Jared kushner gets into Harvard after his dad conveniently donates $2.5 M which though legal confirms that the playing field is staggeringly stacked against people of lesser means , and shatters the need blind notion that you’re so insistant on peddling .

    Furthermore , just because something is legal doesn’t mean it’s ok . Donating millions so your kid can get into a school is not fair . I’m not surprised why you choose to cling to the legality of the donation, Ivy League schools aren’t exactly known to produce people of irreproachable moral compass .

  • Hazel

    I never said it was fair, moral, or that I agreed with it. I state the facts. And you apparently don't understand what 'need blind' means. It has nothing to do with donations. It means that candidates are evaluated without regard for financial need during the admissions process. Being a developmental admit, an athlete, a minority, or first generation are hooks that boost your application itself.

  • Topic Influencer

    As the mom of a rising HS freshman I thank ya KINDLY for the services you provide for free no less. Folks need a whole lot of YOU out in the world.

  • Strappyheels

    I still wanna attend one myself. I’ll be moving to Atlanta , so Clark May still see me!!

  • Mama Dee’s Wig Maker

    That's great!

  • Phillybruh

    Not just black kids, my white co-workers son is going to Howard in Sept.

  • AmericanDream

    I know exactly what need blind is , your comment brings us back to the point I made earlier . The odds are still overwhelmingly stacked against poor minority kids because the factors that you cited may be a boost but ultimately the bulk of admission letters are sent to kids who come from the socio economic background of Kimora’s daughter . There are throngs of studies and articles on this , that is if you’re intellectually curious enough to seek them . Had she been the daughter of a cashier at Costco even with a stellar GPA her chances of getting in wouldn’t have been next to nil .

  • Hazel

    I agree that there are multiple paths to success. But, with applications to top colleges at all-time highs, demand for top degrees isn't waning. While I don't think it's ever okay to 'look down' on anyone...full stop; statistics show that being college educated is more important now than ever to facilitate upward mobility.

  • T Willis

    That makes me very happy. I wish I had gone to an HBC. But at the time I was sick of black ppl lol and I thought I’d get a better education at a predominately yt institution. In hindsight I wish I knew what I know now.

  • T Willis

    Lol @ it adding an extra 300 to your SAT score ?. I have no doubt that Kimora’s daughter made it on merit, but, she better make sure that Russ hasn’t donated a library or a building to Harvard. She might get embarrassed like Dr. Dre did when folks uncovered the $75 million contribution that he made to his daughter’s college.

  • T Willis

    Yeah but I think that has more to do with the cost and debt associated with college than it does the scandals. Plus young folks are realizing that they can create greater wealth via social media as influencers. Why go $100k+ in debt when you can create a YouTube channel and become a beauty vlogger? I follow Jackie Aina on IG and hunty that girl is living her best life with companies financing her trips to Cuba and the south of France. Young ppl see this and realize that college will almost never yield the same payout in a shorter time frame. I’m pissed that I wasted money and time on my degree when all I really needed was a camera and charisma lol.

  • Skin Deep Beauty

    Good for her! Stay bright and shine!

  • T Willis

    I don’t know the statistics on this but I’m seeing a lot of young ppl gain financial success through social media. College doesn’t really seem to be a high priority amongst younger generations. I think that has to do with the student loan debt. Kids are drawing the parallels and realizing that degrees just don’t go as far as they did 20-30 years ago.

  • T Willis

    Can we have an example of a wealthy family donating millions but who’s child(ren) weren’t admitted? If there’s a study that exists it might help your argument.

  • Hazel

    The odds are stacked against poor minority kids at birth; not in college admissions. They don't have the resources nor the quality of schools to prepare them the way the wealthy do; THAT is the travesty. However, minority kids who OVERCOME these odds, and perform within a standard deviation of elite school standards are almost assured a spot in a top school....and for free if the school is need blind. ANY poor student who gets into Harvard, goes for free.

  • Truth7981

    I always liked Kimora as a mom. She seems on her game raising well-rounded kids.

  • Hazel

    I don't judge how people make their money, but a degree has longevity, whereas Instagram only lasts as long as you can keep attention on your 'assets'.

  • T Willis

    That’s true lol but some of these influencers are making over $100k a year with no debt. If they’re smart enough to earn that for even a couple of years then they’re doing better than college graduates with twice the debt and in a shorter time frame

  • Hazel

    100k for 2-3 years may seem nice. But not compared to a 100k+ SALARY/BENEFITS for 30 years; even with six figure debt, the math works in favor of a degree. Now if you can do BOTH, that's winning...

  • EMILY POST

    Wow that’s great!

  • Trace da Ace

    congrats

  • T Willis

    Lol I said minimum and these gurus like Jackie aina have only increased in value 2-4+ years later... the social media profession is still in the early phases only time will tell which one is more lucrative. I’m just saying from a young persons perspective I can see how/why college degree could become undervalued.

  • JazzyBossyJen

    Kudos kiddo

  • TheCatLady

    Yay! Proud of her. Smart and cute. On a side note, I hope more rich black kids start going to HBCUs. They're great schools, too. That's one of my biggest regrets. I wanted to be Whitley Gilbert and find a Dwayne Wayne. I bet if I had gone, my life would be different. Plus, I would've pledged. Le sigh.

  • Kimberly King

    Like you, I wish I had gone to one too.

  • Kimberly King

    Good! And I know you will have a good experience! Clark is a historic school.

  • Shawty

    I know Kimora very proud right now. Good job Aoki! Go live your best life.

  • R Smith

    How do you know Aoki doesn't drink? Maybe we just haven't see the pictures :o)

  • R Smith

    Yup!

  • Lady_Elle

    Wow... Congratulations!!! Outstanding job Aoki!

  • blackpressradio

    KIMORA LEE SIMMONS HOAX

    "I'm so proud she did it on her own." AWKWARD at best. CHOCK FULL OF LIES at worst.

    Let's review:

    Nov 1,2018 Kimora husband Tim ADMITS to MULTI BILLIONS IN THEFT AND SCAMS. Nov. 15, 2018 #kimporter killed/died/mysteriously. Her and her kids are one of first on the scene. Nov 24 Tim and Kimora and kids go to #kimporterfuneral March 2019 Kimora announced she somehow found some money in the sock drawer to buy back Baby Phat. March 28, 2019, her 16 year old daughter announced #Harvard acceptance. Hmmm

    How in the world is this man NOT IN JAIL but #jussiesmollett is getting a FEDERAL PROBE called for by the president of the United States?? STAY WOKE!

  • leapyearpisces

    I say this at least once a week, and I get semi depressed whenever NCCU and A&T have their homecomings and I go to the functions with friends that graduated from those institutions. It's like everyone stayed in touch with everyone. They are their own little family. I KNOW my life would have been different in a good way, but I am thankful for the one I have. Maybe next lifetime we will get it right. :-)

  • leapyearpisces

    Aoki is going to do great things. She has a very wise, old spirit. Congrats.

  • Hazel

    Not to be outdone, I'm predicting Sasha Obama will now give Yale the nod over Michigan. Besides, they have a very close family friend on the board at Yale who will undoubtedly put the hard sell on.

  • Rodmilla De Ghent

    This! Look at the college cheating scandal. Let Aioki be great!!!!!!

  • 11pink123

    Yaayyyy.... Go Ayoki!

    Kimora and Russell did a great job raising their kids.

  • 11pink123

    I don’t see nothing wrong with parents doing everything they can to ensure they kids live their best life. People are just haters..

  • TheCatLady

    Maybe next lifetime, indeed. ?

  • leapyearpisces

    The thing with me though is an HBCU was my FIRST choice!!!! I KNEW as a teenager that is where I needed to be. I wanted to go to Hampton University but my parents refused because they said they were not going to pay the out of state tuition, but that was just an excuse, they just didn't want me outta their reach. They thought they would push me into submission to go to ECU where they could pop up on me when they felt like it. So what did I do???? I said the college must be in North Carolina???? Bet! I gotta a map (dating myself lol), and looked at what was the farthest city in NC away from Greenville, and that's how I ended up at UNC-Charlotte.

  • datjerk

    Kimora is looking like a wig store owner in the face

  • Mikayla

    I didn’t say Aoki doesn’t drink. I put that in brackets about Malia drinking, plus it says “caught.” Malia seems dim.

  • Ice

    ????

  • Ice

    It’s certainly wearing off, as it’s becoming increasingly evident that merit is just one of the criteria to get into an Ivy. Celebrity and wealth count for almost as much it seems.

  • Ice

    She has two brilliant parents, I highly doubt that she’s dim, based on genetics alone.

  • Louisville Is4TheBirds

    Congrats. 16 tho? Yikes. So bye bye to childhood.

  • Pamela

    Clark alumni here. Go there, you won't regret it.

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  • Anji

    I was Ivy and USC. Surrounded by some dim-witted wealthy legacies that all the advantages in the world couldn't make fetch happen. Also was private tutored with other child actors. They too can yet lack intellect that wealth and privilege cannot allow. Rich people can be just that slow. Too slow to even run the family's enterprise. They can be industrious and just can't make the grade.

  • Anji

    This was more truth than many can handle. I was educated in Compton schools yet due to SATs, ACTs, GPA and other achievements I was offered full rides at any Ivy league of my choice. I show parents it IS within our reach as with non-wealthy whites.

  • Leigh Burton

    If she is 16, then she skipped a few grades and is smart enough to get into Harvard!

  • R Smith

    Thank you! And some "dim" people are the brightest!

  • Lorna

    Yay Aoki!

  • TwitterFingerz

    Showl nuff is

  • Mona Lisa

    Fantastic!!

  • Mikayla

    She doesn’t seem remotely as bright as her parents. “Dim” may be too strong a word. Sasha seems bright.

  • VanillaCaramel2shotsExpresso

    She did it in her own. This little one is always studying , has been bullied for studying and has posted about . She encourages other young kids to and read versus wearing makeup and modeling the latest fashion . She could model and ride off her parents coattails but she chooses to read classics and have a meaningful discussion about that. Leave this beautiful little girl alone.

  • VanillaCaramel2shotsExpresso

    And by the way Worry about your own salvation , God will be the final judge. A whole lot won’t be making it in. Can’t but your way into heaven .

  • Munchosgirl

    My eldest daughter didn't apply for any schools here in Miami as well....she told me after she was already enrolled for classes in Pensacola...UWF....still proud of her though.

  • Michelle

    She wants to thank all those that helped her along the way? Well, that's easy, mommy and daddy. They wrote the check. Congrats.....

  • Malificent

    Yup! I think every parent gets one good one just like they get one bad one. She’s her good egg. Congratulations to her!

  • Malificent

    Yup! I think every parent gets one good one just like they get one bad one. She’s her good egg. Congratulations to her!

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  • Jordan’s Memory

    # Found money in her sock drawer. lmao

  • VanillaCaramel2shotsExpresso

    Amen!

  • VanillaCaramel2shotsExpresso

    Look they don’t want “ us to be great” . We don’t want us to be great either. It’s a damn shame. We can’t ever support our own . We are either too light , too light, too rich, too rich, too educated , too, poor, not educated enough, not black enough, mixed, too hood , not hood enough, forgot where we came from, not woke, too woke , some damn excuse. We are a slave to our mindset ! We pull each other Successful !!

  • VanillaCaramel2shotsExpresso

    Oh my God please shut up !!

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