When a “person”/artist/celebrity/politician sells out, they are owned & controlled. One of many examples:
[mafia] “We’re helping and buying you out, Mr. (famous singer’s name).
As a hired influencer, you’ll be paid $200,000.00 now with an additional $15,000.00 every month for life plus career assistance in every way.
In return, you’re going to tell your fans/followers/supporters what WE want you to say - regardless of how strongly anyone feels about it.
One of your jobs is you’ll tell them to vote for _____ while you put down the other candidate.
Just before voting day, make a video pleading with your fans to choose your selection. You’ve done some acting
so pretend that you’re crying - but wear sunglasses so they won’t know you’re faking it. That should have a great
effect on them to do what we want, understand?
Next, you’re going to tell them to get the Cov-19 vaccine…”
You’ll soon learn that some famous people you believe in/support have sold out and worse. This is most serious
and many people will be shocked with some in complete denial or disbelief.
H. Clinton -
T. Hanks -
But you can handle it and you’ll get over it. So pay attention because that time is now!
To be continued . . .
How many of these mistakes have YOU seen on other “music” pages?
Don’t have a website.
Overhype everything to the point that no one believes what they say.
Shamelessly kiss @$$ to be noticed.
Overpost daily, believing quantity over quality is better.
Stalk other sites for content to steal & use without crediting the source.
Buy fake followers / likes / shares for their page and posts.
Share dog walking / selfies / family / food pics.
Ride the trend waves to feel included.
Post sports / political / non-music related content.
Create sympathy spots for attention (“My health is ”).
Post insincere tributes for the deceased, knowing nothing about them.
Name drop - trying to impress others with who they’ve met.
Post their favorites at a 10 to 1 ratio over others. Are unbalanced & erratic.
Try too hard to be famous - always seeking recognition: “See me? Look at me!”
Duplicate posts (identical content shared twice, minutes apart).
Use poor quality images of every kind.
Hastily create posts without any care or work put into them.
Tease their audience with promises never kept, lying to them repeatedly.
Are a “one-man” team. They need editors to be good.
Don’t try to separate themselves from their competition.
Clutter the newsfeed running the same group of posts three times a day.
Won’t branch out through other media companies.
Have no transparency with their supporters because they’re fake.
Type all sentences together without using paragraphs for easier reading.
Rerun previous posts without expanding them.
Create conflict among their fans for amusement.
Don’t have a life outside of being online during their waking hours.
Embarrass those of us in the music scene who are real.
These observations are not directed toward anyone I’ve friended on fb. If they apply, consider hiring an honest assistant / editor who could help you improve.