Friday, August 2, 2013

PR Advice

Celebrities are constantly getting in trouble for their actions and their filthy rich little potty mouths. Paula Deen using the 'N' word. John Mayer dating girls half his age and discussing it in Rolling Stone magazine. Justin Beiber owning a f**king monkey. Miley Cyrus being Miley Cyrus.

The reason why all these celebrities have come under fire for comments and actions is because they all started out with squeaky clean images. The southern grandma you never had. The soulful singer/songwriter, think "Daughters". The Canadian cutie and the Disney country star.

If you are a celebrity at some point in time (just like the rest of us) you are going to make a mistake. The difference is this. If I drunk dial an old friend and proceed to tell them that I always thought that they were a "crazy, forever alone, bitch". Those texts will not end up on TMZ or E! News because no one cares what I have to say because no one knows who the fuck I am because I have done literally nothing that is note worthy.

The solution? Fuck squeaky clean images no one, especially celebrities, are capable of keeping that up for an entire life time/career. Especially, when your career begins at age 12. Are you the same person you were at 12? Hopefully not, I used to listen to Metallica while watching 'My So Called Life' while writing a manifesto/song lyrics about true love - because I was an expert on true matrimony at age 12.

The key is to start out your career as a total ass hole and then you can get away with saying/doing anything you want. "That's Quagmire!" AND you can only go up from there! You will get nicer as the years go by and you will be remembered as gentle old soul. Ozzy Osbourne starting out eating live bats, pissing on the Alamo and other such fuckery. Now, he is a sweat old man that everybody loves. Alice Cooper? That guy is an adorable radio DJ for a classic rock station now. Madonna, she wrote a childrens' book...a childrens' book.

Ex. Interview 1 (of your career)

Q: Where do you see your music in the next 5 years?
A: "In the trash because it's total bull shit just like this interview and every fucktard that 'likes' my music on facebook."

Entertainment industry, you're welcome -Yours Truly, PR/Marketing/Management

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