Kimora Lee Simmons couldn’t be any prouder of her genius daughters. Aoki Lee just received an admissions letter to Harvard University.
The excited mom took to her Instagram Stories to record Aoki and her younger siblings reactions after finding out the good news. The legendary model also posted a video of her baby girl with a caption that read: “Yaaayyyyy @aokileesimmons!! She’s on her way to #Harvard!! We are sooo super proud of YOU!! Such hard work and only 16! You did it! It took years of super dedication and lots of tears! But HERE YOU ARE!!! GO GIRL!!! Enjoy the journey! We are excited to see the great things you will do! Sorry I’m one of those SUPERLOUD MAMAS! She also got into Dartmouth, Vassar, Barnard etc! Woooo! #BeautyAndBrains!”
Aoki shared the same video with a different caption that shaded the Lori Loughlin college scandal: “I’m only 16 and I’m going to Harvard baby! Insert emotional crying face. @kimoraleesimmons “thank god you got in on your own honey cause you can’t row” 😂😂😂 thank you so much to every single person who helped me along the way. I am excited and honored and so so grateful. 👩🏽🎓👩🏽🎓👩🏽🎓 #harvard2023″
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I’m only 16 and I’m going to Harvard baby! Insert emotional crying face. @kimoraleesimmons “thank god you got in on your own honey cause you can’t row” 😂😂😂 thank you so much to every single person who helped me along the way. I am excited and honored and so so grateful. 👩🏽🎓👩🏽🎓👩🏽🎓 #harvard2023
The reference comes from the fact that people involved in the college buy-in enlisted the help of a man to fake test scores and athletic accolades to get in prestigious university.
This isn’t the first celebrity to call out Lori and Felicity Hoffman (who was another big name involved), DR. Dre bragged that his daughter got accepted to USC.
The rapper uploaded a photo of him and Truly Young alongside a caption that read: “My daughter got accepted into USC all on her own. No jail time!!!”
Unfortunately, Dre’s proud moment was interrupted by followers pulling receipts that he was a part of a $70 million donation to USC in 2013. Dre eventually deleted his post.
Congratulations to Aoki Lee.