Bono’s daughter Eve jokes she’s not a ‘successful enough’ nepo baby
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Bono’s daughter, Eve Hewson, poked enjoyable at her nepo child standing amid controversy, joking she isn’t but “profitable sufficient” for the title.
After New York magazine published a viral article about nepotism in Hollywood final week, the 31-year-old tweeted that she was “pretty devastated” to not have been featured.
“haven’t they seen my hit present Dangerous Sisters???” she wrote on Tuesday of her Apple TV+ collection. “The NERVE.”
After including that certainly one of her “2023 targets” is to “achieve success sufficient to get recogni[z]ed as a nepo child,” a Twitter person identified that Hewson is included within the unfold’s “musicians who raised actor” part.
“HOLY FORK,” the “This Should Be the Place” star subsequently tweeted. “I HAVE JUST BEEN MADE AWARE I HIT MY 2023 GOALS AND IT’S STILL 2022.”
4 days later, Hewson requested “Twitter bots and girlos” to have a “humorousness” and never take her tweets “too critically” as a substitute of calling her a “spoiled brat.”
“Attempt to be sort,” she continued on Saturday. “All of us want a bit of bit extra kindness on this planet.”
Hewson additionally acknowledged the “privilege” she and her siblings — Jordan, 33, Elijah, 23, and John, 21 — have as the youngsters of the 62-year-old U2 frontman.
“I’ve all the time been very eager to state how a lot my father’s title helped me get a begin in appearing,” she wrote. “I’m past grateful for the alternatives I’ve had in my life.”
Lily-Rose Depp, Zoë Kravitz and extra stars’ children have addressed their nepo baby status in current months, with Kate Hudson most recently reacting.
“We’re a storytelling household,” the “Glass Onion” star, who was raised by Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell, told The Independent on Saturday. “It’s positively in our blood. Folks can name it no matter they need, but it surely’s not going to vary it.”
The Fabletics co-creator, 43, famous that doesn’t “actually care” about criticism, claiming that there’s “far more” nepotism in different industries.