(FOX NEWS) -- Singer and actress Marie Osmond defended her decision to not leave her children an inheritance, saying that just "handing" money to people "breed[s ] laziness and entitlement."
The "Donny & Marie" star, 63, has eight children and 8 grandchildren. Osmond blasted the idea of inheritances, saying she pushes her kids to work hard to become successful on their own merits.
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"Honestly, why would you enable your child to not try to be something? I don’t know anybody who becomes anything if they’re just handed money," she told US Weekly.
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