Rated-R for Relevance
For some reason or another, celebrities feel that to stay relevant, there comes a time where you have to pull out a camera phone, strip nude, and "mistakenly" send a photo of yourself to your "friend". At some point, there is an argument and your "friend" "hacks" into your Facebook and Twitter account and shares your "private" photo with the world.
Ironically timed, the photo surfaces right around the time that your project is getting ready to launch. Call it a coincidence. I call it a problem. If you feel that exposing your goods is the only way to keep yourself in the public eye or to keep yourself popular, you need to seriously re-work your career.
This type of wreck-less behavior not only makes the general public look at you in a different light, but the fact that the kids that look to you as a role model will now see you in all of your glory, can turn them into groupies instead of fans. Feeling that if they show a little bit, they might get a response from you. Here's my advice, put away the camera and work a little harder and smarter.