I saw this coming a long time ago. I've been mentioning this kind of a situation for a long time and there it almost is. I say almost because she's not quite in the big leagues. Just a few more blow jobs and she should get what she wants.
When guys like Keith try to put a spin on what's obvious to everybody it just makes him look more and more ridiculous.
Olbermann tells TVNewser: "Anybody who suggests so is misinformed, and/or sadly unaware that in this time when the industry is collapsing around us, nobody gets a job based on 'influence,' only talent."
I like Luke Russert but he's not that good. Yet, he got a job, maybe temporarily, at NBC because he was born into NBC. Katy was not. She jumped into its pants. I can just about guarantee you that had she never moved in with Keith she wouldn't be working for NBC in any way shape or form. And Keith knows this. He's just stupid if he thinks people will believe otherwise.
This is what I hate about Keith. I don't hate Keith, personally, I hate what he's doing. One commenter had mentioned something about BillO. If BillO was in this same situation Keith would be pounding him into the ground over it. But yet, for Keith to do it, it's okay and everybody should be happy about it.
Well, Keith, how about explaining all of this to aaaaalllllllll those people who got laid off from the weather channel. Is it that they were making too much money and Katy is cheap? No, this is a pay off.
I'm telling you straight out. I smelled a rat when that girl moved in with him shortly after the karma incident.
There's something going on that isn't being told. And I think that something is Katy was promised a career if she would move in with Keith and make him seem as if he could maintain a relationship with someone so he wouldn't go around screwing with his fans. All speculation, of course, but it reeks of a major wrongdoing.
However, this isn't unheard of, unfortunately. But for Keith to be put in this situation, and to agree to it, makes it difficult to put any kind of faith in his loyalty to his fans.
I've noticed over the past couple or so years that he's been leaning more towards how quickly he can become a star than he is concerned about what he's actually doing.
He's no longer about the people, of course I'm not so sure he ever was but he did seem genuine. Now, it's all a game and if you don't play then you are worthless. But what makes it even worse is the fact that he can make such a lame statement about the economy and Katy's questionable talents and expect us to believe him.
That's truly truly sad.
Keith messed up big time this time. I never believed that relationship was based on love and now it's been proven. It has gotten so far to the point of no return. In other words, he cannot say or do anything that would make me believe otherwise. And I seriously doubt I'm the only one.