June 4, 2023

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Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’ no-inheritance plan for viral kids

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis at the 2022 Academy Awards in Hollywood.
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  • Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have them two kids: Wyatt Isabelle, 8, and Dimitri Portwood, 6.
  • In 2018, Kutcher said he and Kunis did not plan to leave any money to their children.
  • His comments resurfaced on Twitter this week, dividing opinion and reigniting the debate over the new babies.

Amidst the controversy surrounding Nebo, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’ plan to leave nothing to their children has resurfaced and caused an internet uproar.

Interest in the Children of Nebo jumped in December 2022, after A.J New York Magazine story about nepotism In Hollywood it went viral, prompting many other celebrity relatives to speak out on the subject. While celebrities like Jamie Lee Kurtis and Kate Hudson weighed in, Kutcher and Kunis have largely kept out of the spotlight — until now.

Earlier this week, comments Kutcher made regarding his and Kunis’ decision not to set up trust funds for their children resurfaced on Twitter via the pop culture account. Bob Tingswhich has about 54,000 followers.

the Original tweet The couple said they “don’t want their children to become spoiled and entitled, and they want them to be motivated to work hard.”

The tweet mirrors comments made by Kutcher in an interview with Dax Shepard on Facebook Armchair expert podcast in 2018. As I mentioned inside At the time, the “No Strings Attached” rep said he and Kunis plan to file their report together net value of about $275 million to charities in lieu of their children.

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis in December 2017.
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The couple, who married in 2015, have two children: Wyatt Isabelle, 8, and Dimitri Portwood, 6.

“I’m not creating a trust for them,” Kutcher said. “We’ll end up donating our money to charity and to different things.”

He went on to say that his children “live really privileged lives and they don’t know it,” and that he and Kunis will do whatever they can to prevent them from growing up spoiled or right.

His only concession is that he said they would financially support his children if they wanted to start a business.

“If my kids want to start a business, and they have a good business plan, I will invest in it. But they don’t get confidence,” Kutcher said.

Even though Kutcher made the comments before coining the phrase nepo baby, social media users still chimed in this week.

Someone tweeted that Kutcher and Kunis decided not to leave money for their children because they saw the social media reaction to the newborn.

“They saw how you were cooking the new kids here,” user wrote.

post tweet: “Imagine you’re lucky enough to be born into wealth and your parents tell you ‘We’re rich, not you’. I burst out laughing.”

Singer-songwriter Chioma He also tweeted in response, referring to the nepotism controversy in Hollywood: “Honestly, it’s so sad that the only rich kids are losing new money.”

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis on the first season of That ’90s Show.
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Some users have called on Kutcher and Kunis to consider leaving some money for their children. “Coming from someone in their family who has no cash to pass and me to the raw dog life in this economy… on rent, or their 10 grand savings or something,” wrote one user.

Although Kunis hasn’t spoken directly about her and Kutcher’s plan, she has made her own views on the subject of raising her children without spoiling them before her husband does.

according for Elle magazineThe “Bad Moms” actress told Entertainment Tonight in 2017 that she and Kutcher are determined not to “bring up assholes. There are enough assholes in this world! We don’t need to contribute. But, you know, there are some nice people out there.”

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