Kimora Lee Simmons Is Celebrating With Daughter Aoki In Video And Fans Are Applauding The Accomplishment
At the age of 16, Aoki Lee Simmons the daughter of Kimora has announced in a very emotional video that her dream has come true -- she is going to Harvard.
On Thursday, the teen daughter of Russell Simmons took to social media where she posted a few videos where she is crying while reading the letter confirming that she has been accepted to the prestigious college.
Kimora also took the opportunity to shade Lori Loughlin and Dr. Dre who paid for their kids to get into big name universities.
Aoki wrote the following: "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."
Many celebrities and family members have jumped in the comment section to congratulate Aoki.
One person said: "And if anybody at that school trynna come at u sideways, just let us know. Study hard in your dorm while we beat they azz."
Another commenter stated: "And everyone knows for A FACT, you didn’t but your way in, it’s apparent that you’re a hard worker. Congratulations!!!!!!! Yasss!!! I'm loving this!! Malia Obama, Yara Shahidi AND Aokilee Simmons 🎊🎉. Harvard class of 2024-2025 about to be lit!!"
A third follower explained: "It breaks my heart that she’s being bullied. But now you have something else to make em mad baby! Keep winning—and remember, He (GOD) prepares you the table in the PRESENCE of your enemies! 🙌🏽 #HappyForYou @aokileesimmons ❤️This ain’t no aunt Becky or Dr. Dre acceptance, home girl is smart as hell! Congrats 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼"
Ming Lee had this to say to her baby sister: "Right so... I have a super super duper important announcement. Today, at only the age of 16, my baby girl @aokileesimmons got into Harvard. This is an amazing accomplishment for anyone but especially for my sister. Growing up my sister always told me and others that she was going to go to Harvard. It was never a "maybe," the answer when people asked was just "I'm going to Harvard." For me growing up unsure of almost every move I made, that was an amazing thing to watch."
The sisters are going places.