Everyone Is Getting Canceled?

Lady Gaga is a great example of using social media correctly.

A recent Yahoo article discussed how more stars are getting in hot water than ever before (aka canceled), in just the past few weeks.

Lana DelRey claimed she was “more unfairly treated than various women of color”.

Dojacat is rumored to have been in “an incel-friendly chatroom and recorded a song with allegedly dog-whistling lyrics”, which led to the trending hashtag of #DOJACATISOVERPARTY.

Ellen DeGeneres paralleled self-isolating in a multi-million dollar mansion to being in prison and has also received flack for treatment of her employees.

And, Jeffree Star named his latest eyeshadow palette “Cremated’ during a pandemic, which was received as “insensitive’ and got unwanted harsh criticism.

Because of the current COVID-19 climate, stars are under even more scrutiny than ever. When life and death come into play, these types of missteps get even more magnified.

A PR expert interviewed for the Yahoo article news.yahoo.com/everyone-getting-canceled-quarantine-why-073133054.html?soc_src=community&soc_trk=ma had some very interesting thoughts including:

“Online backlash regarding celebrities’ lavish lifestyles is unwarranted because that’s just the reality of the rich and famous. ‘You’re looking at celebrities! Of course, they’re going to be in a beautiful home. If you can’t handle it, then don’t look at celebrities and don’t listen to them.’

We disagree–there is a time and a place for everything. When many people can’t afford to feed their families or pay their bills, it’s not a time to flaunt your wealth.

Eileen Koch, founder of Los Angeles based EKC PR, advised that celebrities should try their best to stay above the drama because not all of them are “emotionally strong” enough to interact with random social media users. “You’re not dealing on a fair basis. You’re not in a court where it’s controlled.”

Yes, they should try to stay out of the drama and think before posting to social media. It has nothing to do with being emotionally strong.

According to Koch, if a public figure makes a mistake, they should keep their apology to a minimum. “Less is more, if there’s something that you really did and you’re owning up to it, there’s nothing wrong with saying ‘I’m sorry.’ But if it’s someone’s negative opinion, then you’re just going to fuel the fire.”

Yes, you should apologize publicly. But, you should also consult your publicist for the best way to attack each situation–there’s no one-size-fits-all solution.

We advise our clients about how to use social media when they start with us to avoid these types of blunders. Knowledge and self-control are your allies when using social media. If you would like to know more about our services and how we can help you, check out our site therubpr.com.

A book about the 2009 homocide of porn director Michael Rito Goss

This is a review for a book called “Pandora, Her Box and Her Daddy’s Curse: A New World, the Order of Freemasonry and a Third World War”. Lady Gaga’s favorite “SexMonster” sheds light on the “truth she hates more than $.”; truth that involves a homicide of a Los Angeles film producer in 2009. The truth Alejandro exposes in this book will change your entire perspective of the world we live in. Not only does Alejandro dismantle the deception surrounding Michael Goss’s murder, he presents the root of social injustice, provides the solution for fixing it all the while emptying the dirtiest of laundry (literally) and he even makes “GOD” tangible This true account is not a conspiracy theory, however the evidence contained in this publication proves and establishes a very real conspiracy.

Pandora, Her Box and Her Daddy's Curse: A New World, the Order of Freemasonry and a Third World War

Pandora, Her Box and Her Daddy’s Curse: A New World, the Order of Freemasonry and a Third World War is now available at Amazon

  • Title: Pandora, Her Box and Her Daddy’s Curse: A New World, the Order of Freemasonry and a Third World War
  • Genre: Non Fiction, Memoir, Spirituality
  • Author: Alejandro Carbajal Estrada (Facebook page)

This book is in part about the 2009 homicide of Porn Director, Michael Rito Goss and quite a few other things. Alejandro Carbajal Estrada is supposedly the man behind the world famous Lady Gaga hit “Alejandro”. That in itself is what gives this book so much attention but it’s his radical views and theories that keep the story interesting. For example, the book suggests the conspiracy theories regarding the music industry and satanic worship are more than just folklore or urban legend.

It’s not an easy read but like I said, an interesting one. If you ever wanted to know more about the death of porn director Michael Rito Goss, this might be your chance. It’s a real insiders view of what happened.

After I originally made this post I decided to look into the Alejandro / Lady Gaga claim more. Turns out this really is the guy, Alejandro Carbajal Estrada is her little “sex monster” she’s been speaking of for all of these years in various interviews since the release of the song. Before she sang the song “Swine” she gave a lengthy speech about being forced to revisit a dark time in her life that she’s never really talked about. She explained that she wrote the song “Swine” to let go of her pain and she hoped it would help me get rid of his as well.