In response to the latest nepotism-themed cover of New York Magazine, which featured Hollywood stars and their famous parents, Lottie Moss defended herself as a “nepo baby.” The 24-year-old half-sister of supermodel Kate Moss, Moss expressed her opinions on the nepotism baby controversy on Twitter on December 21. The British fashion model advised her fans to concentrate on their triumphs after expressing how “sick” she was of people “blaming nepotism” for their professional failings.
Lottie Moss Is Sick Of People Calling Her A Nepo Baby
Naturally, the second piece regarding nepo infants in the fashion business was also published by the journal, mentioning celebrities like Kendall Jenner, Kaia Gerber, Hailey Bieber, and Lily-Rose Depp. The story also made note of Kate Moss’s daughter, Lila Grace Moss.
Lottie Moss has previously stated that her sister Kate Moss “never truly helped” her professionally in her modeling career, despite her defense of nepotism infants. Lottie Moss is not the only famous person to criticize the term “nepo baby.” Lily Allen, a singer, performer, and the daughter of actor Keith Allen joined in on the discussion when she forewarned her Twitter followers about the genuine nepo infants they should be concerned about. “And before you come after me for being a nepo baby myself, I will be the first to tell you that I deserve nothing,” she stated in another tweet.
Lily-Rose Depp and Zo Kravitz have both defended being nepo infants before the New York Magazine cover story. Depp, who is the 23-year-old daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis, reacted angrily to claims that she had an unfair edge in the movie business. The daughter of singer Lenny Kravitz and actor Lisa Bonet, Zo Kravitz, revealed in a November interview with GQ that she felt a “deep concern” about how her career as an actor would be seen in comparison to that of her parents.