So basically, she is delusional and we should all just pity her instead of take her seriously!
Kiely Williams, formally of the Cheetah Girls, released a rather offensive video/new single this week called Spectacular. Actually, it's not so much offensive as it is a Jennfier Love Desperate attempt to get some recognition in the music industry.
She got what she wanted, people are listening, but they don't have very nice things to say! So now, she wants your ATTENTION so she can explain herself and her "art." She added this message in the description for the music video on her official Youtube page. She writes"
"ATTENTION: I am an actor and performer. I have been so since my first role in a television pilot at five years old. I played a character when I was a Cheetah Girl. I am playing a character in the music video for the song Spectacular, as I did in the Cheetah Girl movies. Young women across the country get intoxicated and have unprotected sex. That's a fact. I recorded the song to bring attention to this frighteningly prevalent activity. It is absurd to infer or suggest that I am condoning this behavior.
Are Lady Gaga and Beyonce advocating murder with the Telephone video? Of, course not. Was Rihanna encouraging suicide with Russian Roulette? No. Was Madonna suggesting that young unmarried girls get pregnant with Papa Dont Preach? I dont think so. Is Academy Award winner Monique a proponent of incest because of her portrayal of Mary in the movie Precious. Clearly, the answer is no.
I wrote Spectacular and made the video to bring attention to a serious womens health and safety issue. Please dont shoot the messenger."
Hey, how about for your next video, you embody the "character" of a was-never has-been pop-star, desperately trying to find someone to put out her music.
P.S. - In case you missed it, here's the video in question. (above)
It seems like Kat Von D wasn't the only one with Jeffree Star issues!
Only a day after the famous tattoo artist and cosmetic star first spoke out about her former friend, Cardiff-based graphic designer Christopher Wilcock shared his own rant about not getting paid by the makeup artist.