Olivia Jade Giannulli is speaking out against self-perception. On Monday’s podcast Conversations with Olivia Jade, she discussed her celebrity parents, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli. “I am extremely careful that I have been granted possibilities due of my parents, and that I live a very wonderful, fortunate, and privileged life,” the 22-year-old former Dancing with the Stars participant stated.

The American YouTuber added, “But there’s also a part of me that thinks… it isn’t very easy. It’s difficult to speak about because I’m well aware that I have it easy compared to the typical human. That is something I am well aware of.” Olivia also stated that she had to put in a lot of effort to get to her now.

Olivia Jade Giannulli is speaking out about a misconception about herself.
Olivia Jade Wants To Address Misconception About College Admissions Scandal.
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In reality, before the nationwide college admissions scandal, which resulted in her parents’ incarceration in 2019, the YouTuber stated she was a very studious student. “I think there’s a major misconception about me, at least personally, where people say things like, ‘You don’t work hard,'” she explained.

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However, I didn’t have to start my YouTube channel at the age of 14. I did put in a significant amount of effort. There are always whispers about my grades circulating — ‘She certainly didn’t work hard.’ ‘I’m sure she didn’t do well in school.

Olivia Jade's parents' are celebrities.
Olivia Jade’s Parents.
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Furthermore, Olivia said, “I don’t think I’ve ever mentioned it out loud, but I had straight A’s in high school. At school, I put in a lot of effort.” Loughlin, 57, and Mossimo, 58, were sentenced to prison for paying a $500,000 bribe to gain entrance to the University of Southern California for their daughters Olivia and Isabella Rose Giannulli.

The beautiful lady apologized for previously admitting she doesn’t “actually care about education” and is more interested in the college party scene than her family’s ties to the college admissions scam. Last year, on PEOPLE (the TV Show! ), the influencer stated that she’s “not proud of the past” but “believes in second chances.”

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