‘Rapper’ son defends parents in college admissions scandal: ‘Everyone has a right to go to college, man’
Malcom Abbott smoking in a bathtub, via Instagram user billatherapper

The "rapper" son of Gregory and Marcia Abbott defended his parents on Wednesday

The New York Post caught up with Malcolm Abbott after he "popped out of the family’s Park Avenue building to smoke a giant blunt — while defending his parents and bragging about his latest CD."

As the NY Post reported Tuesday, "New York food and beverage distributor Gregory Abbott and his wife allegedly paid over $100,000 to help their daughter cheat on the SAT and ACT."

“They’re blowing this whole thing out of proportion,” Malcolm Abbott told the newspaper. “I believe everyone has a right to go to college, man.”

He admitted he did not go to college.

Malcolm's brother said their parents “got roped into [this by] some guy who f*cking cheated them.”

Their parents were each released on $500,000 bail.

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