Chrissy Teigen could not resist weighing in on the recent college admission bribery scandal, and her contribution to all the tweets and memes on the topic was, of course, nothing but hilarious. The thirty-three-year-old mother of two is known for her wits and her funny tweets, and she is repeatedly featured on the popular Instagram account @commentsbycelebs, who, as the name suggests, publish entertaining comments that celebrities have posted on other celebs' Instagram posts.
This time Chrissy posted a tweet in relation to the college bribery scam, which involves fellow celebrities Felicity Huffman, known from Desperate Housewives and Transamerica, and Lori Loughlin who starred as 'Aunt Becky' in Full House and more recently Fuller House. Chrissy posted a highly edited photo of four professional soccer players, with hers, husband John Legend's, close friend and celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin's, and Jen's husband Mike Rosenthal's heads photoshopped in. Chrissy captioned the photo asking if it looked real, jokingly suggesting they were trying to get into Harvard. Allegedly, Lori and her husband Mossimo Giannulli paid around $500,000 for their two daughters to be recruited to the crew team at the University of Southern California, even though neither of them was actually practicing the sport.
As reported by ET Online, both Lori and her husband are out on a bond of $1 million, and Felicity is out on a $250,000 bond for allegedly paying to get her daughter into another elite college. Neither of Lori's daughters is reportedly returning to USC after spring break due to the scandal, allegedly due to fear of being bullied.
Now, Chrissy is not the only celebrity who has shared their thoughts on the college admission bribery scam. Other celebs include Kelly Ripa and Rob Lowe, with Kelly saying these actions rob the children from achieving getting in to college on their own, through hard work. Rob Lowe took it one step further, calling the scandal horrible, and even posted a tweet, which has since been deleting, saying how proud he is over his honest, hardworking sons.
The college admission bribery scandal will most likely keep unraveling more and more information, and while bribery is never okay it is important to remember that some of the affected people might have been minors at the time of the applications were dealt with.