This Is What Happens When A World Leader’s Son Complains About Housing Affordability

Being the son of a prime minister isn’t always great.

Max Key, son of New Zealand’s prime minister, John Key, has caused quite a stir on his Facebook after sharing a housing affordability meme.

Max Key, son of New Zealand's prime minister, John Key, has caused quite a stir on his Facebook after sharing a housing affordability meme.

The meme bemoaned how difficult it is for young people to break into the housing market, blaming baby boomers for « destroying » it.

Facebook: Max

Many New Zealanders were not keen on hearing about Key’s financial struggles given his family’s wealth, and they were sure to let him know in the comments.

Many New Zealanders were not keen on hearing about Key's financial struggles given his family's wealth, and they were sure to let him know in the comments.

Max's father, John, has been prime minister of New Zealand since 2008. A former investment banker, he was listed in the National Business Review's « Rich List » with an estimated net worth of $55 million.

Facebook: Max

Facebook: Max

Facebook: Max


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