Sunday, May 19, 2013
Jackie Chan's Son Will Get None Of His $130 Million treasure
While acknowledging an award in Beijing, Jackie was inquired if Jaycee will inherit his huge treasure some day. Jackie asserted that he was originally proposing to donate half of his riches to charity and departing his family the other half but lately altered his will to depart 100% for charitable determinants all through the world. The elder Chan explained: "If he is adept, he can make his own cash. If he is not, then he will just be wasting my money." Jackie also conveyed regret for not dispatching Jaycee to the armed detachment where his son would have received "life know-how and character."
If Jaycee wants to extend living an extravagant way of life, his vocation is going to need a increase. Since 2004 Jaycee has emerged in around 20 movies, most of which have been foremost flops. Jaycee's 2012 movie "Double problem" became one of the large-scale box agency flops in history grossing just $9000 at the box agency, regardless of hefty marketing and promotion. He furthermore starred alongside his father in 2010′s "1911″ which became Jackie's lowest performing movie ever.
Jackie is not the only celebrity who designs on giving their fortune to charity rather than of their young kids. Warren Buffett, account barriers and Ebay founder Pierre Omidyar are some of the more prominent billionaires who have promised their entire treasures to benevolent society. Buffett is an particularly staunch adversary of what he calls "dynastic riches" (wealth that is so vast it conceives generational dynasties). Buffett mentions to any person who grew up wealthy as a "member of the fortuitous sperm club" and, like Jackie Chan, solidly believes that if his children work hard sufficient they can accomplish large success the same way he did.