Don’t expect to see Instagram posts from Olivia Jade any time soon.
“She openly tells people, ‘I’m not gonna post on social media for the next, like, year,’” fellow YouTuber Tana Mongeau said in a video posted Thursday.
“I feel bad for her,” Mongeau added. “It sucks because I feel like she didn’t even wanna go to college. I think the mom just really wanted her daughters to [go to USC].”
Fellow YouTuber Ryland Adams replied, “She wanted to tell her Bel Air friends, like, ‘Yes, they’re at USC!'”
Meanwhile, YouTuber Shane Dawson tried to steer the conversation elsewhere, quipping, Ryland chimed in, “I’m not trying to get into beef with Aunt Becky!”
Olivia Jade’s famous parents, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli, were accused of paying $500,000 to admissions scam mastermind William “Rick” Singer to get the girls recruited onto the USC crew team despite neither girl being a coxswain. Olivia Jade and sister Isabella‘s statuses at the college were put on hold amid an internal investigation into the admissions scam. A recent report claimed Olivia Jade wanted to go back to USC, despite initially not wanting to go to college at all.
The YouTubers hit on a topic that’s been widely rumored and reported: That Loughlin was allegedly obsessed with her daughters attending USC.
“Lori was always very impressed when she met a parent who got their child into a prestigious school,” a source previously told People. “USC became Lori’s obsession. This was the school she wanted her girls to attend. For most people that they socialize with, schools are very important. It’s very much a status thing,” the source added. “Parents brag about their children’s schools all the time. So many of the schools are almost impossible to get into.”
Beauty vlogger Olivia Jade lost several endorsement deals after her parents’ arrests and has reportedly been estranged from Loughlin and Giannulli since the scandal broke. She was also reported to have moved out of her family’s Bel Air, Calif., mansion.
All rights and copyright belong to the author:
Source – https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/olivia-jade-social-media-break-college-admission-scandal