Lottie Moss, the half-sister of supermodel Kate Moss, recently added her name to the growing list of celebrities and A-listers speaking out against the surge in online "nepo baby" hate.
New York Magazine's Vulture recently published pieces based on nepotism babies—often shortened to "nepo babies"—offering insight to the success of celebrity offspring due to their inherited status in the industry.
The publication also featured another nepo baby sub-category, listing models who they refer to as "second generation somebodies" in the catwalk industry.
Lila Grace Moss—the niece of Lottie Moss, who is also a model, and daughter of supermodel Kate Moss—was among the featured offspring.
Lottie took to Twitter last week to express her frustration that people are blaming privileged offspring for not being "rich and famous or successful."
"I'm so sick of people blaming nepotism for why they aren't rich and famous or successful - obviously it's not fair that people who come from famous families are getting a leg up because of that but guess what?"
"Life isn't fair - if you put your mind to something you can accomplish."
It appears that her Twitter account no longer exists.
But viewers of Lottie's pre-deactivation post had a lot to say on the matter.
Of course, some chimed in on the deleted account.
According to her Instagram story, it seems that Lottie will be back soon.