So, I've been browsing the web for some random stuff, when I came across couple of articles about Karl Lagerfeld. Namely, he had called Adele too fat and badmouthed bunch of other people. And he had the decency of talking about THEIR bad habits! Oh, the hypocrisy!
I'm very well aware of my shortcomings and flaws, and I don't expect him to come knocking on my door any time soon, which is darn fine by me. My dislike of Mr. Lagerfeld goes long before he did the above mentioned name calling.
Now, I have opinion about all this. First and foremost, I would like to say that I do not personally know Adele, Mr. Lagerfeld or the other people that he offended, however, I'm going to say what I have on the matter.
Dear Mr. Lagerfeld,
While Adele is one of the people at the top of their career, you aren't. I don't know if you insulted her and the other folks just to make some dust and have the media focused on you. Let's face it, you're NOT at the top of your career, but towards the end of it and maybe you desperately tried to cling onto something, resorting to rudeness.
I wonder if lately you have looked in a mirror. Maybe somewhere, in the dark corners of your mind you're seeing yourself as God's gift to humanity, but let me put that gently: You're NOT!
In fact, I have brilliant idea about sunglasses slogan: "Big, dark sunglasses...making ugly people more attractive since 1970's."
I do have much more to say on the matter, but I won't. I have better things to do than poke fun. And I don't have 'my people' to issue a statement to the press. I am individual who is successfully staying out of the media circus and intend to keep it that way for many more years to come.
Oh, and one last thing Mr. Lagerfeld: The sun is not shining out of your bum, and you know how I know that? Because it shines out of mine!
Until next time, sincerely yours,