Dr. Dre Bragged About His Daughter Getting Into USC On Her Own (And I’m Sure His $70 Million Donation Didn’t Help At All) 

March 25, 2019 / Posted by:

As Felicity Huffman (reported net worth: $20 million), William H. Macy (reported net worth: $45 million), Aunt Becky, and Mossimo (reported combined net worth: $100 million) curse and spit at the universe for being poor and not rich enough to get their kids into college by buying an entire building, Dr. Dre, who is definitely rich enough to buy a university building and did, dropped a bitchy fart on them by announcing that his daughter got into USC all on her own and he didn’t have to pull ILLEGAL schemes.

But the thing is, when you throw hate at parents who bought their kids’ way into college and everyone remembers that you made a $70 million donation to the school that your daughter just so happened to get into, you’re going to get dragged. That’s exactly what happened to Dr. Dre. It’s a shame he’s not a real doctor, because he’s going need a prescription for topical antibiotics to treat those dragging bruises. Although, maybe USC threw in a medical degree with that $70 million donation.

People says that in 2013, Dr. Dre (born name: Andre Young) and his Beats partner Jimmy Iovine donated $70 million to USC to build the Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation. The two sold Beats to Apple for $3 billion a year later. Fast forward to yesterday when Dr. Dre announced on Instagram that his 18-year-old daughter Truly Young got into USC, and he should’ve left it at that, but he pooted out a level 10 shady brag by saying she got in on her own and he’s not going to jail for it.


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On one hand, that whole “buying a building at the school they want their kids to go to” trick is a legal one that rich white people have been doing forever, so I get that shameless “No jail time!!!” brag. But many threw a side-eye at that laughable “on her own” shit, so Dr. Dre deleted that post.

Truly Young also said in an Instagram story that all her “hard work” paid off and she got into film school. But last year, Truly made it sound like Dre was pulling an Aunt Becky and Mossimo by pushing her to go to USC.


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At least one of Dre’s other kids goes to USC too.

In Dr. Dre’s defense (and it hurts my soul to type that because of THIS), he did donate $10 million to Compton High School in 2017. And besides, I’m sure that Truly Young got into USC all by herself. I bet that Dre told Truly to apply with a different last name, like what Tori Spelling did when she auditioned for Beverly Hills, 90210 because she didn’t want the casting directors to know who she was even though she’s Aaron Spelling’s face twin and the casting directors definitely knew who she was. So I bet that next to “name” on the USC admissions application, Truly wrote: Truly NotATAllRelatedToThatRapperWhoBoughtYouBitchesADamnBuilding.

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