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Why Tim Denning Is Wrong About ‘Trust Fund Babies.’ Rich Kids, like Me, Aren’t Afraid of His Brain-less Rant.

I feel attacked by the popular writer for calling me out as a trust fund baby. But I’m not afraid, cause daddy still pays for everything while I party and play in paradise.

Alex Bentley
5 min readApr 10, 2022

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Photo by Jeremy Bishop on Unsplash

There I was, sitting in daddy’s 23-room mansion in the Hamptons, perched behind my MacBook Pro, sipping on a piping hot Frappuccino.

As I scrolled through the website mindlessly, I couldn’t find a single story I wanted to read. There were too many articles about making money or starting a new side hustle or getting in tune with your higher self.

All mindless drivel.

And as the son of a wealthy billionaire, they were things I didn’t need.

I almost gave up too.

Then I saw a headline that called out to me.

It read: Five Quiet Hints You’re Dealing with a Trust Fund Baby.

My heart sank. And I felt attacked.

So, what did I do?

I clicked on it. Probably like thousands before me.

It was by a Tim Denning. A man who looked like he had failed out of the frat house in his university days.

To my surprise, I later found out he’s one of the most popular and prolific writers on the platform. With over 250,000 followers. He’s been featured in CNBC, Business Insider, and Entrepreneur Magazine.

Image courtesy timdenning.com

So, I started reading the article. Line by line. Sentence by sentence.

And with every word plastered on the screen, my blood curdled.

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Alex Bentley

I write about crypto, personal finance, business & tech. Also, I publish a bit of humor to make you laugh.