No, but it could lead there.
Point being, the Buddha didn’t try to force everyone to become renunciants in a single lifetime; attempting to do this would be impractical.
There are countless people—leaders, celebrities, and others—who indulge in sensual pleasures. These individuals, when they’re older, and truly realize that they must die someday, may see the appeal of a higher rebirth, and thus would be willing to uptake the practices leading there.
Moreover, the teachings on higher rebirths provide a stepping stone to the more “advanced teachings.” For example, it wouldn’t make sense to insist that someone with no interest in math, or only a rudimentary understanding of algebra, learn vector calculus. Like math, the Dhamma is a gradual training.