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Omarion’s PR Team Pointing Fingers

I don’t pretend to know what really happened here, since it is not uncommon for celebrities to make solipsistic demands of public relations representatives, but judging by the source field in this press release, AR PR, Shana Gilmore, Sony, T.U.G. and Omarion himself were all in on this shameless stunt.

It happened a while ago. I just read out about it in Rachel Abramowitz’s feature on Mark Lisanti in today’s L.A. Times and did a little digging online and found this account. Here’s an excerpt:

“Taking a look at this situation from the outside, it appears that there are a bunch of amateurs at work here.”

As an outsider looking in, I have to agree. Perhaps we should invite AR PR to tell us their side of the story for an On the Record…Online podcast? Let me know if you’d like to hear that interview. If I get enough response, I’ll try and book Shana to tell us her side of the story.

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