Here’s Your Open Letter, Mackenzie Phillips

Dear Mackenzie,

Please shut up.  Even those of us who enjoy the most gossipy of gossip don’t want to hear about your affair–consensual or not–with your father.  That is just gross.  Seriously. 

Until this morning, when the “news” hit the internet, no one remembered or cared about who you were.  True story.  Sorry about that.  Why are you trying to get into the gossip mill?  And, couldn’t you have come up with a better way to do it?  Now, everyone is always going to think of you as the girl who did this.  I would say the girl who “allowed” this, but I know there will be people out there who say it wasn’t your fault, that you were the child, that this was something that was brought upon you by an adult who should’ve known better.  Regardless, this isn’t something the American public–the world–needs to know about.  Or spend an hour listening to (BTW:  Oprah?  Shame on you, too.).  Is nothing sacred any more?  Is there no such thing as family matters? 

It’s too late now.  I hope you feel better now that you’ve gotten all of this off of your chest. 

La

PS:  Chynna, way to get your name back in the “news,” too, by backing your half-sister’s story.  Unless you were there when it actually happened (and not having heard about it 10 years after it ended), can you really say, for sure, it happened?

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5 responses to “Here’s Your Open Letter, Mackenzie Phillips

  1. The one good thing is that I totally want to find my old Wilson Phillips CD.

  2. Ew, E! just reported on it AGAIN…about to vomit.

  3. E

    Ew. I threw up in my mouth. Disgusting.

  4. Lucy

    Sexual abuse by a parent is “gross,” by it’s very nature, as La says. But to shame the person, in this case Mackenzie, who speaks its name, shows La’s self-centeredness and meanness, and perhaps complete lack of compassion. Why would anyone make up such a horrible story? Are you kidding me? What glass bubble do you live under, La? Mackenzie is taking her shame and putting outside of here, where it belongs.

  5. Lucy

    Sexual abuse by a parent is “gross,” by it’s very nature, as La says. But to shame the person, in this case Mackenzie, who speaks its name, shows La’s self-centeredness and meanness, and perhaps complete lack of compassion. Why would anyone make up such a horrible story? Are you kidding me? What glass bubble do you live under, La? Mackenzie is taking her shame and putting outside of her, where it belongs.

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