Sung by Mohammad Amin Ramin

Some of these kids’ actions appear on social media. But most over-privileged children are living out of the limelight—where they indulge to excess. They regularly are in conflict with the law, requiring their families to come to their rescue in one form or another. Not surprisingly, they tend to be in their teens and 20s. When they are over the age of 30, they might lose the label “over-privileged children”—even though their actions and attitudes haven’t changed a bit. These kids are routinely given what they want, told they’re wonderful and special, and bailed out from their problems. The ensuing environment begs for entitled behavior.