Priceless. Just priceless. As part of my work, I’m asking parents if they know about the lyrics of this hit song or that. Mommies claim not to know the lyrics, and despite their pre-school daughters singing hit songs on youtube videos displayed for the whole world to see, they’re convinced that the children do not know or understand the content of the songs. The music industry is a huge part of my life and work, I support the industry. I’ve seen how a lot of positive life-changing elements come from it. …Just saying that parents that lie to themselves and to me are going to have to get it together.
Yes, it’s sad that they bought too many things on credit and have a big mortgage, so paying attention to the children isn’t the priority it was for those that paid attention to you as a child. Some of us avoided such debts, have chosen to live lean and build while you were showing off your lifestyle of stuff. You made choices, you claim to be unaware of the less than family friendly nature of the concert because you’re too busy.
You could have googled it Ke$hA, found clips on aol or youtube or looked on any of a million other sites to know what you and the children would be in for. Why did you have children? Wait… don’t answer that.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost