Bad publicity makes good publicity when it comes to dollars and cents. But there is always a grain of truth in a rumor and sometimes things happen in the entertainment industry to set us up for what is to come: break-up, suicide, illness, murder, and more.
Look at the sheer number of break up songs recorded by your favorite musician. Observe whether any of those messages communicate things like: violence, suicide, alcohol or drug abuse. Even if the celebrity breaks up with a partner or dies, you are already being set up to think that he or she was depressed, suicidal, and/or a pill popper or drunk before it happened whether true or not. If the celebrity is depicted looking dark, evil or mysterious while fighting, torturing or murdering someone in a movie, video, etc, these things could all be used against the artist later showing that this person was always evil, crazy, or violent.
Next, check out the stories of substance abuse, disputes, and other reckless behavior tied to the relationship. Is the artist caught doing bizarre things after an argument and/or in and out of rehab?
Listen to what family, friends, as well as former friends and workers have said about the romance with a grain a salt. However, in some cases they aren't lying or covering up, money is money and anyone receiving gifts from celebrities would want very much for them to stay together whether the relationship is good or not.
Notice how much time they spend with certain people, places and things and watch for negative patterns. The positive stuff is nothing more than smoke screens. The eyes are indeed the window to the soul and celebrities are good for covering them up with sunglasses when things aren't right on the home-front or deceiving the public with lies, missing details and cover-ups as a result of oaths taken behind closed doors.
Check out alternative media and some of the voices who have eye witness accounts. They could care less about celebrities unless of course, they are endorsing, sponsoring, or threatening them with legal action. If that is the case, you can't believe the hype either. Notice if the media went from once hating the celebrity, but is now going soft--can we say, "Sell out!"
Ignore the public statements and the public displays of affection and smiling photographs. You know that in your own family this goes on. Meanwhile, couples fight like cats and dogs when not in public view. A photo can easily tell the truth or tell a lie. Look at Beyonce and Jay-Z's eyes when they look over the shoulder of one other peaking at their cell phones at those basketball games. There is a lot said in a look.
Watch how their children and others behave around them. A child that is wild, mouthy, and has a lot to say just might tell a few stories about dear mom and dad's loveless relationship. When was the last time he or she seen mom and dad together?
When you notice that an artist is not being heavily promoted like he or she once were and there is much speculation concerning one's health, wealth, marriage, and other things, know there is trouble in Paradise. If this person is getting busier with other "projects" that don't require an audience, know that there are some things changing in front and behind the scenes.
Listen carefully how other artists, producers, and members of groups are saying carefully scripted statements or things that basically say, I don't like or want to work with that person. For instance, "I didn't choose to work with this person because...He or she has more important things to deal with right now..There are some things that still need to be to worked out...I respect and admire...but..." So what the guy or gal is really saying is you know that celebrity has issues and you don't want to be connected with him or her, we get it! The ball will drop sooner or later when stars sell their souls to the devil.
Nicholl McGuire shares spiritual insight on YouTube channel: nmenterprise7.