All too often, we see celebrities who have built “brands” for themselves get into major crisis communications situations for one reason or another (or many).
And, when in crisis mode, the media all all all too often refer to the situation as a “PR Problem,” sometimes joking the PR team behind said celebrity should be fired.
But, here is the thing; most situations are not “PR Problems.” They are issues that PR teams have to help communicate in a responsible way after said celebrity messed up something in his/her own lives – almost always to the utter dismay of the PR team.
So, in honor of any other PR practitioners out there that detest when a celebrity’s personal or business issue is called a PR problem, here are my Top 10 Real Reasons You Have a (NOT) PR Problem:
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