Ah, the streets of Hollywood have never been short of scandal, and here we have Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, the not-so-darling duo, getting dragged into the light over their questionable allegiance to Danny Masterson. Let’s dig deep, shall we?
For those out the loop, Ashton and Mila thought it was a stellar idea to vouch for their ‘That ’70s Show’ co-star Danny Masterson, penning love letters to the judge in DM’s sentencing, talking about his so-called “good character” and asking for mercy. Wait, what now?
The pair is now in full damage control mode, trying to explain themselves to the masses. They claim their intentions weren’t to belittle the verdict against Masterson or invalidate his accusers. Really, Mila and Ashton? Because it sure smells like a weak attempt to wash their hands off a very messy situation.
They lay it on thick, saying they were merely depicting their experiences with Danny. Oh, and get this – they claim they’re advocates for victims of sexual abuse. That’s right! Especially rich coming from Ashton, who’s been shouting from the rooftops about combatting human trafficking. His heartfelt speech to Congress from a few years back is making rounds again, but this time with a touch of irony. One can’t help but wonder, was he being genuine, or was it just another Hollywood performance?
The Hollywood grapevine says folks are keeping an eye on the dynamics of ‘That ’70s Show’ in light of Masterson’s sentence. And let’s not forget about other cast members like Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp, who also penned letters for Masterson but didn’t catch as much heat. As for Laura Prepon and Wilmer Valderrama, they’re staying mum, perhaps wisely so.
As we watch this unfold, one thing’s clear: Hollywood’s façade is cracking, and the public ain’t having it. The so-called Hollywood royalty better watch their thrones, because the streets are watching. Stay tuned for more on this drama, and remember, Hollywood Street King always brings the real tea!