High school seniors got a raw deal thanks to the coronavirus pandemic forcing schools to cancel graduation ceremonies. But one high schooler is celebrating after getting admitted to her school of choice.

Karma Bridges, the daughter of rapper Ludacris, is headed to HBCU Spelman College in the fall, according to her godfather Chaka Zulu.

"Hey guys, please celebrate and congratulate my GOD DAUGHTER @karma.christine as she is headed to SPELMAN COLLEGE this fall. This also makes it much easier for my random drive by and pull-ups and I am dead serious. Congrats @ludacris @christine.esq. I know y’all are beyond proud,” Bridge's godfather said in an Instagram post on Tuesday. 

The announcement from the Grammy-winner's daughter garnered some high-profile congratulations from stars like Keisha Knight Pulliam, who went to Spelman herself.

"I’m soooo excited!!! My little Spelman sister ????????????????????????????‍♀️,” the actress wrote. 

The comments were full of blue hearts in reference to the school's official colors.

Bridges, who is the rapper's child with Atlanta attorney Christine White, has a huge following on Instagram and has managed to be in the public eye her entire life. 

She has had a close relationship with her dad for years, even making headlines on her 16th birthday when he bought her a white Range Rover.

Comedian Gary Owen recently announced that his daughter is also going to an HBCU — North Carolina A&T State University.

In addition to Knight Pulliam, Spelman College has served as a home to some of the world's best and brightest Black women, including Alice Walker, Esther Rolle and Cassi Davis.