Lily Allen takes to Twitter to criticize nephews

Lily Allen has been vocal about criticism of nephews, saying many are “starved of stability and love” because of their “narcissistic” parents.

The 37-year-old singer, who is the daughter of actor Keith Allen and film producer Alison Owen, has expressed her opinions about “nepotism,” which refers to children born into rich or famous families.

Lily – whose brother Alfie, 36, works – claimed the crony children he should “worry” about are those working in “legal firms, banks and politics”.

RATED: Lily Allen has lashed out at criticism of nephews and said many are “starved of stability and love” because of their “narcissistic parents”

She took to Twitter to respond to criticism of child favoritism in the entertainment industry and claimed that it is not a “parent-friendly” business and said that such children can be “hungry” for “love”.

In her online rant, she said: “The new kids you have to worry about are those who work in law firms, who work in banks, who work in politics.

If we are talking about real world consequences and stealing opportunities for people. But this is none of my business.

She added, “And before you come at me for being a little girl, I’ll be the first to tell you that I literally deserve nothing.”

The response: The singer, 37, who is the daughter of actor Keith Allen and film producer Alison Owen (all pictured in September 2010), has given her opinions on

The response: The singer, 37, who is the daughter of actor Keith Allen and film producer Alison Owen (all pictured in September 2010), has voiced her views on the “children of nepotism”

Opinions: Lilly claimed that infants who should

Opinions: Lilly claimed babies who should “worry” are those who work in “legal firms, banks and politics” in a thread of tweets

When a Twitter user asked, “Why do your parents have blue links on Wikipedia?” , She replied: “Because I am a beginner child, and both of my parents are very talented.”

Lilly went on to claim that the entertainment industry is not “parent-friendly” and said that it can be difficult to “see one’s own privilege” when “addressing childhood trauma”.

And she continued: In childhood, we yearn for stability, love and care, and we do not care about money or proximity to power yet.

Many newborns starve of these childhood staples because their parents may be narcissistic.

And the entertainment business is not very dad-friendly, eg..a tour/shooting is months away.

‘We crave stability and love’: She claimed the entertainment industry is not a ‘parent-friendly’ business and said nepotism can ‘starve’ children of ‘basic things’

“It can be hard to see one’s own privilege when you’re still processing childhood trauma, and a lot of these kids haven’t figured that out yet.”

This isn’t the first time Lily has expressed her views about sibling children as she had previously spoken out about her father, Keith, when addressing the issue in 2015.

According to the Daily Mirror, she took part in an exchange on Twitter when she posted the lyrics to Lojoh Song, Ooh La La, which read, “I wish I knew what I knew now, when I was younger.”

In posts from 2015, one user responded, “What, you’re really without talent and only ‘famous’ from behind my dad… Hold on!”

The response: Lily, whose brother Alfie, 36, works (pictured), said it can be difficult to 'see one's own privilege' when 'processing childhood trauma'

The response: Lily, whose brother Alfie, 36, works (pictured), said it can be difficult to ‘see one’s own privilege’ when ‘processing childhood trauma’

Lily reportedly replied, ‘My dad walked out on me when I was four, I’m so sick of it. My dad was at Latitude when I headed to the addresses and he didn’t even come to see me.

I probably spent more time walking my dogs than I did with my dad in my entire life. And I’m 30, and I’m too old to run into anyone.

Smile Hitmaker previously said she’d spend weekends in the hotel room above Groucho’s club as a kid, with Toblerone to keep her going.

In previous interviews, she has also revealed that the end of her parents’ marriage in 1989 left her insecure and desperately craving attention.

SPLIT: In previous interviews, Lily (pictured with her father Keith in 2007) has also revealed that the end of her parents' marriage in 1989 left her insecure and desperately craving attention

SPLIT: In previous interviews, Lily (pictured with her father Keith in 2007) has also revealed that the end of her parents’ marriage in 1989 left her insecure and desperately craving attention

Her father, Keith, had six children by four women, and Lily was raised in part by her former stepfather, comedian Harry Enfield.

Lily said: ‘One of my first memories is when my mom and dad got divorced. We were in our council flat in Bloomsbury and my dad was saying, “My mom and I are splitting up right now.”

I was four years old and I was thinking: “Does this mean we have to look for a new father?” It was very hard for my mom. She was making her first movie and my younger brother, Alfie, was a difficult child.

I just lived inside my mind. I had this blanket on and I would suck my thumb and watch the world go by.

FATHER: Last year, Lily also described her strained relationship with her father Keith (pictured in 2007) and admitted that they

FATHER: Last year, Lily also described her strained relationship with her father Keith (pictured in 2007) and admitted that they had “not spoken in a while”

Last year, Lily also described her strained relationship with her father, Keith, and admitted that they had “not spoken in a while.”

She told the Telegraph: ‘I haven’t really spoken to him, to be honest, for a while.

The last time I texted him was on Father’s Day and he returned a text saying, “Thank you.” We haven’t communicated for a while.

In 2018, Lily said Keith was left furious when she claimed he suffered a ‘cocaine-induced heart attack’ at the Glastonbury Festival when she was 13 – when she had acute food poisoning.

Lilly admitted, “I got a cross text from him this weekend. It was such a hunk [in the press] And he texted me, ‘Cocaine caused a heart attack at Glastonbury. Awesome’.

And I said, ‘Sorry that’s what I was thinking… I’m really sorry if I got that wrong, but that’s how I remembered it and you never explained it to me any other way, so that’s what I wrote’ and he said, ‘Well, that’s not true.

Upset: In previous interviews, she has also revealed that the end of her parents' marriage in 1989 left her insecure and desperately craving attention.

Upset: In previous interviews, she has also revealed that the end of her parents’ marriage in 1989 left her insecure and desperately craving attention.

And I said, “I’m really sorry if I got that wrong, what was it?” He said: acute food poisoning.

On her relationship with her father, she added: ‘I was close to him and in my teenage years I really wanted to have a relationship with him, so I used to go and watch Fulham play with him every Saturday, and things were really like that. Good at a point.

Lily shares two daughters — Marnie, nine, and Ethel, 11 — with ex Sam Cooper and is married to Stranger Things actor David Harbour.

Family: Lily shares two daughters — Marnie, nine, and Ethel, 11 — with ex-husband Sam Cooper and is married to Stranger Things actor David Harbor (pictured)

Family: Lily shares two daughters — Marnie, nine, and Ethel, 11 — with ex-husband Sam Cooper and is married to Stranger Things actor David Harbor (pictured)

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