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Guy Fieri Says He’s Told His Kids There’s No Free Ride

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Celebrity chef Guy Fieri emphasized that his children won’t inherit his success and will instead be forced to work for it.

He conveyed the importance of hard work and self-reliance, stating that his sons will have to earn their own success.

Fieri’s approach reflects his father’s philosophy and his own journey to success. (Trending: Kid Rock Rages Against ‘Woke’ Target)

“I’ve told them the same thing my dad told me. My dad says, ‘When I die, you can expect that I’m going to die broke, and you’re going to be paying for the funeral,’” Fieri said.

“And I told my boys, none of this that we’ve been … that I’ve been building are you going to get unless you come and take it from me,” he added.

“My youngest son, Ryder, is a senior in high school getting ready to graduate, or you know, going to graduate in the spring,” Fieri went on.

“And he’s like, ‘Dad this is so unfair. I haven’t even gone to college yet, and you’re already pushing that I’ve got to get an MBA? Can I just get through college?’”

Additionally, he recently signed a multi-year contract with Food Network for over $100 million, surpassing his previous deal.

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