Hollywood actress Kate Hudson’s big statement, said – The ongoing debate about Nepotism does not matter
London. Amid growing debate over nepotism in Hollywood and the privileges that come with it, actress Kate Hudson says she is not bothered by the controversy and says its prevalence is probably higher in other sectors than in the American entertainment industry. In an interview with the British magazine ‘The Independent’, Hudson said that I do not care about nepotism. I look at my kids…we come from a family of storytellers. It’s in our blood. People can say whatever they want, but it’s not going to change.
That said, I think it is more in other fields, like modelling. In the industry I see it more than in Hollywood. This happens often in business meetings I feel like hey whose child is this? Meaning, it doesn’t know anything at all.
An article titled ‘The Year of the Napo Baby’ published in the magazine ‘Vulture’ sparked a debate on nepotism in Hollywood. The article featured newcomers such as Lily-Rose Depp, John David Washington, Maya Hawke, to veterans George Clooney, Jamie Lee Curtis and Michael Douglas. Earlier, actress Jamie Lee Curtis criticized the ongoing nepotism debate in a post on Instagram, saying that it is unfair to assume that all entertainment personalities have children (Nepo Kids) who are untalented. Doesn’t deserve any fame.