Saturday, July 31, 2010

1 Laurence Fishburne's Daughter Aims for Porn

This is the kind of shit I'm talking about. Although there's no Tila Tequila sex tape out there (and we would like to keep it that way), but this is like, every parents' worst nightmare.

Published July 30, 2010 by:
Saul Relative

Impatient Montana Fishburne Says She was Inspired by Kim Kardashian's Success After Release of Sex Tape:

Montana Fishburne, the 19-year-old daughter of famed stage and screen actor Laurence Fishburne, has decided to take a more naked approach toward what she hopes will be a successful acting career -- starring in her own sex tape. She is slated to release said sex tape through Vivid Entertainment Aug. 18. According to the New York Daily News, Montana does not want to try the traditional method of Hollywood success, of trying to make a name for herself via the acting roles she takes on, instead opting for making a name for herself via the Kim Kardashian route to fame.

In a press release, Montana Fishburne stated: "I've watched how successful Kim Kardashian became and I think a lot of it was due to the release of her sex tape by Vivid. I'm hoping the same magic will work for me. I'm impatient about getting well-known and having more opportunities and this seemed like a great way to get started on it." Her father, Laurence Fishburne, currently plays on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," CBS' popular drama, and the new science fiction thriller "Predators." But, before that, Laurence became famous for his work in acclaimed movies like "Apocalypse Now," "The Color Purple," "Boyz In The Hood," "Othello," "The Tuskegee Airmen," "Mrs. Evers Boys," "What's Love Got To Do With It?," "Searching For Bobby Fischer," and "The Matrix" trilogy. He was nominated for an Oscar for his role in "What's Love Got To Do With It?" and an Emmy for "Mrs. Evers Boys." He won a Tony for his stage performance of "Fences" in 1992.

But it seems that his teen daughter will not follow his path to success, which began with a three-year stint on ABC's daytime drama "One Life to Live" in 1973. Vivid Entertainment's founder Steven Hirsch said, "Montana made up her mind to make this DVD before we met her. She grew up in the entertainment business and was well aware of our company. In looking at the careers of many current leading female personalities, she saw a path to success and hopes to follow it."

I am very sadden many women believe their looks are the only assets to strive for success. It's getting worse and worse to the point it's like, becoming a mandatory in Hollywood business. This is why I fight against people like Tila Tequila. This is a perfect example. She may not be responsible, but, she certainly a bad influence. We've seen what fame can do, and it can kill you. I weep for the future.


Anonymous said...

Ahhhh but there is a Tila sex tape soon to be "leaked" *cough...paid release...cough* by the same company that's releasing Montana's tape.