8 Mile Slim is very shady

8 Mile Slim is very shady

Once again, the author wishes to express his sincere gratitude for those who have most recently decided to become followers here at Newsspell.

If you’re a new arrival, you’re in for quite an introduction.

In a recent installment concerning the renowned pop music career of Madonna, one identified Hollywood and Broadway legend Ann-Margaret as a hidden family member, most likely her mother. In expanding one’s research, it seems Madonna has additional family relations, relations which have also been renowned as award winning stars in the contemporary music industry. These shocking revelations support one’s ongoing hypothesis that for decades, and perhaps since its inception, the American music industry has been monopolized by nepotism.

Admittedly, the recent media hoopla – which is no doubt completely drummed up –  between Eminem and music industry upstart Machine Gun Kelly served as a catalyst for the author to delve even further.

Once again, one shall present a well-known performer who was touted as having been plucked from the dregs of obscurity while struggling as a young artist in the trailer parks of a Detroit ghetto known as 8 Mile before eclipsing fame and fortune’s elusive mantle. But it turns out, this wasn’t so, and like Madonna and her mother Ann-Margaret, this particular performer was not only born into wealth and privilege, but also portrayed multiple personas within the music industry.

Loyal readers shall readily recognize his name, and the name of yet another famous, though controversial pop music industry personality he flawlessly but secretly portrayed during the decade of the 1990’s and proceeding well into the new millennium.

Having been born into wealth and privilege rather than working-class drudgery, this performer, like others of his ilk and his famous family members, was most likely trained from the earliest age and at the finest and most prestigious performing arts institutions before appearing onstage and on record to receive widespread fame and popularity.

And, before he became known as one of the music industry’s premiere performers and one of the most controversial stars in not only the genre of hip-hop but in the popular genre of alternative rock, he started off his skyrocketing career as a teen idol, known to his rabid teenage female fans as Leif Garret.

In fact folks, this former teen idol’s stage name exists as a primary clue as to the host actor’s actual genealogical identity, a stage name he used long before going on to portray other famous music industry personalities. Minus the letter M (=3/33), the name of Garret turns out to be a clever anagram for the pseudonym of the former teen idol’s legendary family relation: Garret (Margaret)

Prepare yourselves folks, because it only gets wilder from here! Continue reading “8 Mile Slim is very shady”

Real deal about 80’s “Material Girl” (Part II)

Real deal about 80’s “Material Girl” (Part II)

Though not necessarily germane, allow this short preamble to remain illustrative of the lengths the so-called authorities will go to discredit those that attempt to tell the truth about the money grubbing tax driven protection rackets and goon squads respectively disguised as local governments and law enforcement. Apparently, the local police, in cooperation with their clandestine trolls, have seen fit to put my personal email under surveillance and hijack my personal information.

In doing so, they have evidently utilized that personal information to covertly sign me up at various pornography and dating sites, of the sort where barely legal local girls post photographs of themselves in the buff. No doubt, this is a puerile, and illegal attempt at entrapment. One’s spam folder has been harassed with emails that the author immediately throws in the trash. Alas, though one has since endeavored to take extra precautions in an effort to stymie such cowardly efforts, the harassment continues seemingly unabated. Wherever one goes, one has been gaslighted by town construction vehicles, ambulances, patrol cars and at home, harassed with prank phone calls on a regular basis from unfamiliar phone numbers originating from sources that appear to be immediately untraceable.

Suffice to say, one knows  from where these efforts derive, and the precise individuals involved – certain individuals belonging to the local mason hall and either directly or indirectly involved with the staging of a fake crisis event here in my hometown at the local high school. In short, they are positively frightened one is able to maintain this forum, and armed with certain information referred to in a past installment (See: THE TERRORISTS ARE HERE AT HOME), they are worried about exposure. But, this is the price one pays when one endeavors to tell the truth. That’s right folks, if these vermin can’t find anything at hand to discredit you, then they will make it up.

At any rate, thanks for your patience – and now on with the show, as it were.

In the last installment concerning 1980’s pop music superstar Madonna, one began to float the hypothesis that the family members shown to appear in her documentary expose, Madonna: Driven, may have been actors posed as family members, and that one of those alleged family members, may have been portrayed by the legendary star of  Broadway stage and Hollywood screen, Ann-Margaret.

Could it be, that Ann-Margaret is our Material Girl’s actual mother hiding behind the veil of a carefully crafted pseudonym?

The conclusion at which the author has arrived may not be surprising to those who are regular visitors. Nevertheless, such conclusions may seem shocking or even implausible to those who may be new comers to the material found here at Newsspell. Those numbered among the latter, however, should consider the empirical and photographic evidence that may not only prove one’s hypothesis to be correct, but added to those considerations, one believes to have uncovered yet another genealogical connection between American pop music’s glitterati and old European bloodlines. Continue reading “Real deal about 80’s “Material Girl” (Part II)”

Real deal about 80’s “Material Girl” (Part I)

Real deal about 80’s “Material Girl” (Part I)

Once again, the author would like to express his sincere gratitude to the latest followers. Certainly, you shall find the material here at Newsspell to be unlike anything encountered before or at the very least, you shall find it to be a diversionary, but thought provoking entertainment.

Also, one would like to thank all those loyal readers who may have endeavored to recently purchase science fiction/fantasy thriller Twilight’s Last Glory, and helped to make it an Amazon #1 Hot New Release and achieve a sales ranking of #2,300 overall during its initial kindle launch on September 1. For those who enjoy the author’s writing here at Newsspell, one is proud to inform that Twilight’s Last Glory will very soon be made available in paperback and hardcover format at both Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

At any rate, one shall dispense with further vain self-promotion and attend to the matter at hand!

Inarguably, among the spate of pop music stars that shined during the 1980’s glittering age of rampant materialism, the “Material Girl”, Madonna, was perhaps the most luminous.

But, she was not who she appeared to be.

However, should loyal readers find it so surprising the pop star known to millions of adoring fans as Madonna, may have been hiding something?

Perhaps not, but then again, upon discovering the true identity of the woman behind the concealing mask, one discovered new and shocking vistas into the identities of other more recent pop stars. Turns out, folks, the unveiling of Madonna’s true identity represents a virtual treasure trove of Hollywood nepotism going back several generations.

Although this instalment shall primarily deal with the career and life of the so-called Material Girl, one is left with the distinct impression its implications represent yet another fascinating sojourn down into the deepest of dark and mysterious Hollywood rabbit holes.   Continue reading “Real deal about 80’s “Material Girl” (Part I)”