Her Niece Beat Her Daughter In Another Dance Competition, So She Claimed Her Sister’s Kids Were Nepotism Babies Who Were Given More Resources And Opportunities 

So, her niece is provided with extra dance classes and private lessons. Sarah also invested in a nanny to make sure that her niece never misses any dance sessions. Her daughter, on the other hand, does not have any of those luxuries.

“So I just stated that her daughter was a clear example of nepotism and how being rich gives you a head start in numerous things,” she recalled.

She also told Sarah that it was “a stretch” to claim that her niece won only due to hard work. Instead, she revealed how she really felt– that her niece just had more resources to become that good at dance.

“Which is totally fine– because hell, if I were in Sarah’s position, I would do everything in my power to set my kid up for success,” she added.

Her only real issue with her sister, though, is how Sarah apparently makes it seem as if her daughter just does not win because of a lack of hard work– which she thinks is completely untrue.

Anyway, after she told Sarah all of this, her sister was downright offended. Sarah also claimed that her niece was not a “nepo baby” and accused her of being jealous because her daughter always loses at dance competitions.

Finally, Sarah told her that she needed to “just accept” that her daughter was just not that good at dance. Yikes. As you can imagine, she did not take her sister’s response well, either. So, she and Sarah have not spoken since the argument, and some people have started accusing her of being in the wrong.

So now, she has been left wondering whether telling her sister that her niece is a “nepo baby” makes her a total jerk or not.

Do you think Sarah should have made a comment about dance “clicking” for her daughter? At the same time, should she have stooped to her sister’s level and discredited her niece’s hard work? Were they both in the wrong or not? How would you reconcile this situation? 

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