Lily Allen says that ‘Nepo babies have feelings’ while she defends stars with famous parents amid debate

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Lily Allen during the premiere of “Violent Night”, held at TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on November 29, 2022.

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Lily Allen Has spoken out about the discussion surrounding “nepo baby”, arguing she believes that kids with well-connected parents are made scapegoats for larger system failures.

The 37-year-old singer of “Smile” is a nepo baby, her father Keith Allen being an actor who has appeared in films like TrainspottingAlison Owen, her mom, produced films such as The Other Boleyn Girl. Allen’s brother, AlfieEmmy-nominated actor, he starred in Game of Thrones As Theon Grayjoy.

After you have completed the following: New York magazine cover story Allen posted her thoughts on Twitter after a Monday nepo baby discussion. writing Many nepo babies are “starved” in childhood, and she doesn’t believe the entertainment industry is “parent friendly.”

She said, “It can sometimes be difficult to see your own privilege while processing childhood trauma. Many of these children haven’t yet figured that out.” wrote. “The nepo babies that y’all need to be concerned about are those who work for legal firms, the ones who work for banks, and the ones who work in politics. These people can have real world consequences and deprive people of opportunities. However, that’s my business.

Allen agreed with someone who said nepotism was “a great disservice to poorer artistic community,” and said that a more fair society would allow for more opportunities.

She stated, “People wouldn’t have to choose financial safety if the industries i mentioned above didn’t rig the systems against them.” wrote. “That was kinda of my point.”

Allen was asked by another user to explain why her parents both had Wikipedia pages. replied that it was because she is a nepo baby — but that “I will be the first to tell you that I literally deserve nothing… I just think that wealth inequality is the real problem when we’re talking about lack of opportunity.”

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The British singer — who married Stranger Things star David Harbour in 2020 — clarified She made her remarks Tuesday morning and admitted that she had “riled people up”.

Allen stated that she felt it was important for Allen to share the many ways her privilege upbringing has opened doors for her. This is something Allen had avoided in her younger years due to her “fraught” relationship with certain family members and a desire feel she’d achieved success.

“It is evident that there is a severe shortage of representation in this industry when it comes to race and class. She wrote that everyone loses as a consequence.

Grammy-nominated star said that nepo babies are becoming a scapegoat for a bigger discussion about “wealth inequality.” [and] Lack of funding and programs

“I promise that I am not rooting for people who have had childhoods similar to mine.” she wrote. “I believe that it’s impossible to find a solution to the real problem without first identifying the root cause, even if we love to see the children of celebrities. “Nepo babies feel.”

Allen was a star in the music business in 2006 when she released her debut album. Alright, Still. A Guardian An article in the same year stated that Allen used her father’s contacts to get her first record contract in 2002. She later left the label without releasing any music, and that her success was greater without his assistance.

Thanks to these hot topics, nepo babies have become a hot topic. New YorkThe recent cover story of ‘How a Nepo Baby Was Born’ was published in. The article featured a comprehensive list of nepo babies born to well-connected parents.

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