BlindGossip – The public relations team behind a cheating male celebrity believes that the best defense is a good offense. The team is reaching out to every media contact to suggest they use words like “promiscuous”, “liar”, “alcohol”, “drugs”, “tattoo” and “golddigger” in every article to describe the girl involved in the affair. They are also encouraging media to use the words “committed”, “united”, “devoted”, “happy”, and “generous” (?) to describe the couple. Their objective is to distract attention from their boy’s bad behavior and shaky relationship by destroying any remaining shreds of the girl’s reputation. Nice.
Please note that this item is from September 2010 – a full year ago. Nothing has changed since then. Ashton is still cheating. Except this time he’s going to have a tougher time discrediting the woman/women (yes, you’ll be hearing about more than one) making the allegations.
On Thursday, Kutcher finally broke his silence – sort of – when he tweeted a link to his Spotify account. His current jam? Public Enemy’s song “Don’t Believe the Hype.” Kutcher let the song title speak for itself and did not add any additional commentary.
Well, you should definitely believe the hype. All of it. Ashton Kutcher is cheating dog. Always has been. However, this time, he won’t have Demi Moore backing him up with tweets of love and solidarity and distracting bikini photos. And he’s going to have a much tougher time convincing people that the girls with whom he had affairs are the gold-digging liars and that he is the devoted husband and victim.