Lori Loughlin’s daughters Sayha and Olivia Jade have gained a lot of attention since the Everything Is Copy debut of their new reality show in August. The 17-year-old twins, who are twins, shared their candid thoughts about their parents and the negative media coverage.
Said Olivia: “Being in the spotlight and all this nonsense — it gets frustrating. But I also think we’re so used to it now. I’m 17, and it’s not like the first time.”
Said Sayha: “Our dad’s such a positive person that it’s easy for me to believe what he says.”
The twins’ TV show, titled “Pretty Little Liars” and “Whatever Happened to… Lori Loughlin & Her Family,” aired on YouTube and executive produced by the actress’ husband, Mossimo Giannulli. In one episode, Olivia Jade revealed that she had a boyfriend.
Said the 16-year-old: “He’s so cute, and he is dating a girl his age. That was one of the first times we met that he [was dating a girl]. And he’s really cute!”
Like many millennials, OJeda expressed a desire to quit social media because of all the drama. In one episode of the show, a clip shows her talking about how she got into a heated argument with her mom when she discovered that she had been Photoshopped in a picture.
Said the 16-year-old: “I don’t want to even say that I’m on social media. Social media sucks. It’s so hard. I don’t know what I would do without Instagram. I have accounts, I follow like a million people and it’s just like — it’s something about it. It’s just so frustrating to see the hate.”
The girls also revealed their plans to use the money they have received from their parents to buy a home with them. Said Olivia: “It’s a working family.”
Actress Lori Loughlin, who is best known for her role as Aunt Becky on “Full House,” and Giannulli were both arrested by federal agents in March in connection with an alleged scheme to pay bribes to US government officials to get their daughters into top universities such as University of Southern California, UCLA and Georgetown University.
In her first interview since the scandal broke, Lori Loughlin told ET Online’s Kevin Frazier that she knew she was being investigated by the FBI and that they tracked her through her social media accounts.
“They were watching everything I ever posted to social media from Instagram, all the blogs, everything,” she told ET Online in May. “They monitored my every move, right down to where I would be shopping and the products that I would be shopping for.”
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