And now some of the so-called Nepo Babies are sharing their thoughts on that – and some of their opinions aren’t.
In her post, Lottie shared that she was “so sick of people denouncing nepotism” as to why they were “not rich, famous or successful.”
“Obviously it’s not fair that people from famous families get an advantage because of that, but guess what? Life just isn’t fair,” Lottie wrote.
She continued, “You can achieve anything if you put your heart into something! So instead of being negative about other people’s success, go ahead and build your own.” Try it!” he continued.
Lottie was immediately criticized for her tweet, with people posting that she clearly didn’t understand her benefits.
After reading some of the responses, Lotti admitted he agreed that nepotism helps people succeed, but said he didn’t feel it was right to “abuse” people because of it. I got
“Have I ever said that nepotism isn’t a huge advantage?” she wrote, adding, “Of course it is, but if you don’t have that advantage, it’s not good to abuse people on social media.” .
She continued to act completely unconcerned and even made a meme out of the whole thing.
However, just a little while later, Lottie decides to backtrack a bit and express her gratitude for the opportunity she’s been given.
“Obviously very grateful to have been given the chance. Please don’t twist it,” Lottie wrote.
She continued, “Obviously, I’m honored to be associated with a huge model, too.
“And it’s privileged for so many other reasons. As I say, I appreciate all of it, but it doesn’t make sense to blame others for it.” Lottie concluded.
Lottie’s comments come just weeks after she posted a look back at the past year in which she seemed to admit that her sister Kate never stood by her.
“I understand that I come from a very privileged position as the sister of a very famous person, but believe it or not, that person did not really support me. . Instagram.
She later said, “Keep in mind that everything is relative in this world and everyone goes through their own traumas and experiences that they choose to deal with in their own way.