Lori Loughlin’s Daughter Olivia Jade Complains About Going To School & How Being Famous Is A ‘Blessing’ In More Awkward Resurfaced Videos!

[embedded content] Olivia Jade‘s old vlog account continues to make things look worse for her and her family. It’s no secret that the YouTube star has been below intense public scrutiny, ever since her dad and mom Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli have been busted for reportedly paying as much as half 1,000,000 {dollars} in bribe cash to assist get her and her sister into faculty at University of Southern California. But because the investigation into the school admissions dishonest scandal continues to develop, Olivia’s outdated vids seem to present us the actual tea on the woman’s emotions about faculty, WAY earlier than this controversy started. Related: Olivia Jade’s Former Classmate Speaks Out Amid College Cheating Scandal In the video (above), the 19-year-old takes her followers alongside for the journey for her first day of senior 12 months in highschool, again in August 2017. It’s fairly awkward from the beginning as Olivia stays silent for the primary jiffy or so, and seems nearly bodily sick by the considered returning again to highschool. After complaining by her morning skincare routine and deciding on an outfit, she’s lastly prepared to go out. Lori chimes in to inform her daughter to “have a lovely day.” When the vlogger quips, “I won’t, I will not,” the Fuller House star responds with probably the most cringeworthy line of the whole video: “Don’t put that out there for the little kids who love school.” Lori Loughlin warns Olivia, “Don’t put that out there for the little kids who love school.” Oh the irony… / (c) Olivia Jade/YouTubeThe remainder of the video follows the highschool senior and her associates all through their day, from complaining by class to strolling round campus collectively. Later on when she will get residence, Olivia continues her ranting about formal training: “I’m home and I’ve never been so happy to be anywhere in my whole entire life. On a real note though, I know that I complain about school. I mean, who actually enjoys going to school? If you do, I’m very jealous. But I also feel the need to say that, for all of us who like to complain about school, ‘cause I get how much it sucks, we have to remember how lucky we are to have an education and how many people would kill to have a good education or an education at all. So, as much as I hate it … I still hate it but I’m grateful that I get to be educated, even though I hate it. You know?” Nah. We don’t know, woman! And the thousands and thousands of youngsters on the market who’re disadvantaged of even an training on probably the most primary stage (which she did briefly point out) in all probability don’t really feel the identical means both. Related: Olivia Jade Allegedly Did Not Fill Out Her Own USC Application! But although the whole concept of college appears to be a ache in Miss OJ’s facet, she apparently knew the right way to navigate the highs and lows of all of it because of her well-known dad and mom. LOLz, no. We’re not referring to the truth that they “paid” for her training. In one other resurfaced video (beneath), the social media influencer remembers a time when she wasn’t positive if her friends actually favored her, or wished to be her buddy due to her well-known momma. She explains: “I think there are different aspects and, like, worrying about your friends when you’re 6 years old. I remember when I was 6, 7, 8 years old, I would always think about, like, ‘Oh, do they want to be my friend for me or my mom or my dad?’ So I think that’s probably not normal thoughts a 6-year-old, 7-year-old, 8-year-old child would have.” Olivia continues that her dad and mom’ fame was a “blessing” in disguise, and helped her and her 20-year-old sister Bella determine who was “genuine,” saying: “I remember I used to play soccer when I was little and there was this girl on my sister’s soccer team … she just gave me the vibe that she wanted to be my sister’s friend and my friend because of our mom. And I just remember, when I was 8 years old, like, red flag. So I feel like it’s almost a blessing. I can tell who actually wants to be my friend, which is cool, and it prepped me now for what I do, so I can see who’s genuine.” WATCH her inform all of it (beneath): [embedded content] Perezcious readers, do YOU assume it’s time for Olivia Jade’s vlog account to be taken down? Sound off within the feedback beneath! [Image via Brian To/WENN.] … Read extra at perezhilton.com/olivia-jade-famous-parents-blessing/