i’ve been writing on the foxhole since 09.
i’ve been fascinated with the entertainment industry way before that.
from people i know irl to those i’ve written about:
A majority of these folks aren’t stars.
i’ll say 90%.
they are simply stand-ins at a dress rehearsal.
you know a real star when they arise.
i watched the trailer for the new netflix doc about marylin monroe.
it’s called “the mystery of marilyn monroe: the unheard tapes“:
i started thinking about how it’s so easy to reveal secrets these days.
back in marilyn’s day,
when someone tried to out or reveal secrets about public figures,
even if you aren’t one or not…
Their ass was getting murdered and it might be posed as a suicide.
Sometimes it was a murder that couldn’t be solved.
people weren’t so bold since we didn’t know their every move.
maybe thats the gift of social media.
you can out people,
ruin their lives,
and your reward is becoming a star or “influencer”.
you influence others to do the same in hopes of their big break.
some people applaud the low-hanging fruit for being gross.
i will font there is one entity that will end you for outing anything.
that entity is:
they don’t play with their secrets.
i suspect that’s why marilyn met her demise.
she was about to start allegedly talking.
These big-mouth hoes (whose fame is usually by getting fucked)…
These messy gay and trans attentionistos (usually getting fucked/fuckin’ too)…
All of these folks would be silenced indefinitely.
They might not even get a shot at fame just based on their energy.
some of these attentionistos should be grateful we live in different times.
they are able to be messy and live to see another day.
lowkey: marilyn was the type of star that we don’t see nowadays.
even if she was everywhere,
she knew how to create an allure that made you want to be her,
and hate her.