While all their sorority sisters have been spending the summer either in Greece, Paris, or on a yacht, (the one exception seems to be the one girl who is actually interning at National Geographic, yuck), poor actual sisters Olivia Jade and Bella Giannulli are probably feeling the sting of rejection. According to Us Weekly, Kappa Kappa Gamma, the sorority to which both of Lori Loughlin and Mossimo’s daughters pledged fidelity, has kicked them out. It seems Kappa Kappa Gamma has a reputation to uphold that precludes fraternizing (sororitizing?) with alleged fraudsters who aren’t their own parents. While it’s still unknown if Jade and Bella will even be allowed to return to USC (their continued enrollment is currently under investigation), if they do, they might want to think about rushing USC’s 8th ranked sorority, Gamma Phi Beta (according to USC Greek Insider) where the girls all still go to Europe in the summer, but some of the yachts are paddle boards.
Us Weekly reports:
“Olivia and Bella were both in Kappa Kappa Gamma and the sorority has since kicked them out and is trying to distance themselves from the situation as much as possible,” the source explains. However, the girls are sticking together under the unfortunate circumstances by taking it “day by day,” adds the insider. “This has strengthened their bond more than anything possibly could.”
Shit, at this point Olivia and Bella would be lucky to get into Omega Mu! Presumably on advice of council, Olivia has expressed a desire to return to USC. So OM might be her only option. And they might actually take her if it wasn’t a fictional sorority. Olivia’s humbled herself sufficiently enough to make a quiet return to Instagram. In a show of familial solidarity, Olivia’s first new post since February when the Operation Varsity Blues scandal first erupted, is a belated birthday message to her mom with a wholesome throwback picture.
I bet it was a scramble to find a find a relatable picture where neither of them looked rich or vain. Olivia was probably all, “Barefoot! That’s it. Poor people can’t afford shoes!”.