It’s important to consider the perspective of people outside of you who have not experienced the same advantages that you have. I’ve said it a thousand times — seriously, I’m a broken record at this point — but it’s okay to acknowledge that you had a leg up in life. People may even respect you more for it.
Your article was pretty funny and the photo is great! I've never heard of Molly Mae and I don't approve of what she said but... she's also 22. Her self-awareness isn't where it will be in a few years.
I do feel like a lot of girl bosses I find online who claim success but I have to buy their courses and join their zoom sessions to find the same -- they're always white, financially well off before they became successful, and connected. Coming from an immigrant family with no connections and a love for dysfunctional men, the only course I'll be promoting is the one on how to serve the ego of narcissistic men.
But hey... if I have 24 hours... maybe I could be Beyonce too....