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Dr Dre and his daughter delete their posts bragging about her acceptance into USC after her 2018 Ins

Dr. Dre had good reason to delete the controversial post he shared on Twitter after throwing shade on Lori Loughlin and her daughters, because it has been revealed that, just like Lori, it looks like Dre was pushing his own daughter to become a USC student.

His daughter, Truly Young, posted on Instagram last May, "Dad pushing me to go to USC." she doesn't look excited in the picture. Her expression in the seems to tell the story.

Dr Dre caused a big controversy over the weekend when he shared a picture of him and his daughter holding an acceptance letter from USC with the caption, "My daughter got accepted into USC all on her own. No jail time!!!"

Dre deleted the post after getting slammed and a hypocrite ... as TMZ reported that, he and Jimmy Iovine donated $70 MILLION to the University. They funded and created the Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation. It was established to promote entrepreneurship, computer science and engineering, audio and visual design, and the arts.

Although his daughter Truly got admitted on the merits, but it certainly casts a shadow given Dr Dre's enormous donation.

As for the comparison to Lori Loughlin's daughter, Olivia Jade, she really didn't want to go to college, but her parents had a different idea.

According to the feds, Olivia got in after her parents paid $500,000 ... making it seem like she was going to become a member of the crew team when, in fact, she had never rowed.

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My view: Oh wow, just wow, what a hypocrite. Dr Dre what have you done to your daughter, you should have kept quiet and let the sleeping dogs lie. You didn't donate $70million for nothing and also your beautiful daughter wrote on her Instagram post in 2018 that you pushed her to enroll at USC. Only a billionaire would give away $70million to have his name on a building and then six years later his daughter easily enrolled on merits into the elite University.

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