Maybe this will finally put the situation to rest.
Last week, there was a stir when Katy Perry made some comments about product-placement in music videos that were misconstrued as insults directed at Britney Spears and her latest video for Hold It Against Me.
While attending the Oscars last night, Russell Brand was asked what he thought of the issue and like a dutifully hubby, he defended his wife's honor, saying:
"I think those things are made up in the papers and the media to distract people from our spirituality and the truth, and it distracts us from the way the economic situation of the world keeps certain people trapped on this plateau. Let's all rise up and join together. Unite!"
Quite true, but you can't deny that the timing of her comments and the release of Brit-Brit's video is pretty questionable.
Still, he has a point. More important things to worry about. Let's let bygones be bygones with this, huh!
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