Its an entertainment theatrical show.
The singer's image is a commercial product. The illusion created is great marketing. It does what it's suppose to do, sell the product and make profit. A product that many are talking about, either they like it or they don't. It doesn't matter which, because they both generate greater exposure of the product to the market.
Fear, Doubt and Superstition are 3 of the greatest profit marketing tools used for centuries.
And if you don't agree with what I've written in this reply, something wicked will happen to you before the days end.
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