Nepotism and its disadvantages
I sincerely believe that nepotism is not acceptable because there are a plethora of children aspiring to be prodigious actors, popstars etc…Nepotism constricts these children from achieving their goals since there are already hundreds of children above them on the waiting list. It is entirely fine to have children higher than another on the waiting list, however, those children above, have not earned their spots from dedication, being determined and having unique attributes, but from favouritism. Personally, I am certain that favouritism leads to nepotism and shouldn’t be acceptable as well.
Like told above, favouritism is a primary factor which contributes to nepotism. Favouritism defines when one is biassed and is in favour of doing a multitude of things for a particular child. In simple words, favouritism is when one person, for example: a director of a film, will do anything for their favourite actor and will not do anything and everything for others.
Although the people who hire actors are willing to take in children whose parents have an abundance of professional experience and can get them more money, it is being biassed to only select particular children.
Moreover, it is not obligatory that an actor’s descendants are also wanting to be an actor or a pop star's offspring are also aspiring to be a popstar.
To conclude, with all my persistent attitude that nepotism shouldn’t be allowed, I also trust that those nepo-kids should also be permitted to become what they aspire to be, however, they should receive no special treatment and should be going through the same procedures and auditions that other children go through to become whatever they want as an occupation.