Dr. Dre bragged about his daughter entering into the College of Southern California with “no jail time” — in an obvious dig on the high-profile and movie star and fogeys embroiled within the nationwide school admissions rip-off.

The 54-year-old hip hop legend posted an Instagram picture of himself and his daughter Saturday, during which she displayed an admissions packet from the elite school emblazoned with a “#IGotIntoUSC” sticker.

“My daughter obtained accepted into USC all on her personal,” the music mogul wrote. “No jail time!!!”

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Over 30 dad and mom, together with actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman had been charged this month in a widespread scheme during which their children fraudulently gained admissions to among the high faculties within the nation, together with USC, by dishonest on their admissions exams or as faux athletic recruits.

“Fuller Home” star Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli allegedly paid $500,000 to plot mastermind William “Rick” Singer to get their two daughters into USC as aggressive rowing recruits — although neither woman took half within the sport. In the meantime, “Determined Housewives” star Huffman is charged with paying $15,000 in hopes of upping her daughter’s SAT rating.

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Some customers on social media identified that Dre, whose actual identify is Andre Younger, in 2013 donated $70 million to USC with music trade entrepreneur Jimmy Iovine.

The massive present was used to create the Jimmy Iovine and Andre Younger Academy for Arts, Expertise and the Enterprise of Innovation, house to a four-year program for undergraduates on the faculty.

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“Dr Dre donated a constructing / $70 million to USC and his daughter simply obtained in. Do me a favor and cease the BS. Wealthy folks will at all times have benefits…,” wrote @NYCars1.

“Dr. Dre bribing schools the way in which it’s been completed for hundreds of years,” added another user.

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