Pro: Being born into fame is inherently a privilege

The children of famous parents are born with the guarantee of fame, wealth and adoration. Yes, it comes with potential problems, but they are far outweighed by the advantages.

Being born into fame is an immense privilege.
Of course, there are going to be downsides to a life in the public eye, but those downsides come with extreme benefits.
The children of Beyoncé and Jay-Z and Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are perhaps the most famous children in the world. They are famous simply for being born; they have done nothing to deserve the fame and attention they have.
Some people see that fame and attention as a burden, but that is simply not true.
These are children who will never know what it is to go without. In fact, Beyoncé sings about this wealth in the song “Boss.”
“My great, great, grandchildren already rich. That’s a lot of brown children on your Forbes list,” Beyoncé sings.
Being born into fame is a great thing.
If I could, I would wish for it.
I can understand the argument that these children will not have a normal childhood and that is not fair to them.
It is also not fair that they are given attention for having not earned it.
These children are automatically given the kind of wealth that means they will never want for anything.
They will never have to look at a price tag in a store, because they know they can afford everything.
This is not necessarily a good thing, but it most certainly is not a bad one. Being born into fame means that people automatically adore you just because of who the parents are.
Everyday there are literally countless tweets about Beyoncé’s daughter, Blue Ivy Carter.
The overwhelming number are positive, while some are critical of her appearance.
No, it is not fair that Blue Ivy is criticized and made fun of on Twitter.
But, it seems like she will have more money than any troll on Twitter will ever have. There are many circumstances where children of uber famous parents turn out to be extremely talented and deserving of the fame.
Legend Debbie Reynolds’ daughter was Carrie Fisher, and her daughter is Billie Lourd star of “American Horror Story.”
Will Smith’s children are deserving of their fame. Since her 2010 hit “Whip my Hair,” Willow Smith has gone on to release three albums and host the successful talk-show “Red Table Talk” with her mother and grandmother.
The point is that many children born into fame go on to have success in other endeavors. That is partly due to the fame and wealth they are born with. The fact is that being born with people already adoring you and wealth gives you a leg up in life.
The children have a significant advantage as they enter life. They have advantages with college and careers.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt articulated that everyone in the world should enjoy four basic freedoms.
Freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, freedom from fear.
The reality is that many people all over the world and in America do not enjoy these basic freedoms. Being born into fame may come with certain burdens, but it establishes the reality that those children will have a guarantee of the four freedoms.
Fame, and our obsession with it, creates a privileged class of people who have an almost irrevocable status of entitlement to the four freedoms and other privileges associated with them.