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Kimora Lee Simmons' Youngest Daughter Aoki Defends Sister Ming from Trolls Saying She Didn't Go to College

Monica Otayza
Jan 17, 2020
04:00 P.M.

Kimora Lee Simmons' daughter Aoki defended her sister Ming from trolls who accused her of not going to college as she did.

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Fans of the famous family know that Aoki Lee Simmons is an undergraduate student at Harvard University. Meanwhile, her sister Ming's school was never disclosed in public, and people were quick to assume that she didn't go to college at all.

Kimora Lee Simmons and daughter Ming Lee Simmons attend an event together | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine

Kimora Lee Simmons and daughter Ming Lee Simmons attend an event together | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine

DEFENDING HER SISTER

In a new picture posted by Ming on Instagram, one of her viewers commented a rather assuming statement about her studies.

"I'm guessing you didn't go to college like your sister, you are gonna stay home and [expletive] it up."

After seeing the rude comment, Aoki made it clear that she wasn't going to allow anyone to speak to her sister like that, replying: "She goes to a top tier school and is brilliant. Go [expletive] a toe."

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CLARIFYING MING'S ENROLLMENT STATUS

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While 17-year-old Aoki had gotten an acceptance letter at Harvard, her older sister Ming is actually a student at New York University.

It turns out, Ming just isn't fond of showing off where she's going to school, but it doesn't mean that she isn't enrolled. After all, boasting that she goes to New York University might not sit well with some people, as it isn't exactly an affordable school, to begin with.

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AOKI'S LIFE AT HARVARD

Meanwhile, Aoki has been a lot more open about her university life, posting updates about her first year at Harvard.

Previously, she shared a picture of a group of Black students from Harvard, celebrating black excellence in the prestigious school.

"Melanin too dark to throw us shade. swipe for excellence! #blackharvard #blackconvocation"

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LIFE OUTSIDE UNIVERSITY

It turns out, the young woman is now a part of a group made especially for black Harvard students, and she was welcomed into it right when she got to the school.

On top of completing their own undergraduate degrees, Aoki and Ming are also managing their mom's famous Baby Phat line, giving it a fresh new look.

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