Normally, anything that Fox News is in agreement with Mo’Kelly would be a bad thing…but not this time. And Mo’Kelly says Fox News agrees with him because Mo’Kelly was out in front of them by a whole day. Yesterday Mo’Kelly advised Chris Brown to fire both his manager and publicist for agreeing to that pitiful press release in which Brown (among other things) uh…admitted he was “sorry and saddened.”
Here’s what Fox411.com’s Roger Friedman had to say… full article HERE
Chris Brown is 19 and clueless. You can’t feel sorry for him exactly, he doesn’t know anything. Still, over the weekend he apparently hired Paris Hilton’s spin doctor, Mike Sitrick, to try and dig his way out of his huge mess with girlfriend Rihanna.
The Hilton-Sitrick connection makes a little sense since I told you last week that my sources insist it was Paris who inadvertently instigated the fight between Brown and Rihanna on the eve of the Grammy Awards.
If it’s a coincidence it’s a big one that Hilton, who texted Brown and set off the fight that left Rihanna bruised and beaten, now has recommended the flack to save Brown’s neck. Sitrick had to step in and fix the mess left by Hilton’s earlier press agent Elliot Mintz when she was getting sprung from jail.
Brown is so clueless he couldn’t know that Sitrick is universally disliked by the press.
He’ll win Brown no points in public. On top of that, the statement Strick issued for Brown regarding this whole incident is pretty lame. Rihanna’s name isn’t mentioned once. But Brown takes the press and bloggers to task, accusing them of making things up.
But that’s Sitrick’s way. And it may be that Sitrick was the only flack who would take Brown’s money. I know one press agency that turned him down cold. There were probably others. Flacks don’t generally have consciences, but if they represent well-known women who’ve taken stands against domestic abuse, there’s no way they can represent Chris Brown.
Mo’Kelly is RIGHT AGAIN!
When the crisis-management publicist has become part of the crisis, something has gone horribly awry! Stop doubting the power of Mo’Kelly. Breezy, Mo’Kelly could’ve helped saved your career for a whole lot less.
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