Kimora Lee Simmons mocks college admissions scandal

Aoki Lee Simmons

Aoki Lee Simmons

And I know you're all cynical about celebrity offspring getting into top-tier universities now, but all it takes is a quick perusal of Aoki's Instagram to get a feel for her love of learning - in lieu of #sponsored #content, the teen posts her own poetry and book recommendations. "Insert emotional crying face", she wrote on Instagram along with a video.

Yeah, you read that right, she's 16, and not only going to college, but going to the Beyoncé of higher education.

Kimora then went on to make a dig at the recent USA college admissions scandal, in which a group of parents, including celebrities such as Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, have been accused of trying to get their children into top colleges as part of a scheme that involved doctoring exam results and bribing college officials.

Loughlin, 54, and her fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli were accused of forking over $500,000 to ensure their two daughters, Isabella, 20, and Olivia Jade, 19, would get accepted into the University of Southern California as crew team recruits - despite allegedly never having actually participated in the sport.

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And then she threw the shade: "Aoki can't row or anything like that", Simmons continued, clearly making reference to the cheating scandal.

Awww! See how proud the mother-of-four is in the video (below). She's on her way to #Harvard! "You are super smart and you can do anything and everything you set your mind to". But HERE YOU ARE! GO GIRL! Enjoy the journey!

Her post revealed that the 16-year-old also got into Dartmouth, Vassar and Barnard, along with other schools.

"Congrats! This is how you get accepted to an Ivy League institution!"

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