The sleazy character of The Weeknd in “The Idol” was championed by Bethenny Frankel.
Bethenny, 52, star of ‘Real Housewives of New York City’, says there are dozens of men in Hollywood, just like Tedros, the boss of the 33-year-old singer’s cult nightclub, in the HBO’s shocking new show, which stars 24-year-old Lily-Rose Depp. , and has been hammered by critics for everything from sex and nudity to acting and a joke about underage victims of Jeffrey Epstein.
Bethenny said in a TikTok amid the ongoing backlash against the show and Tedros’ obsession with BDSM sex with Lily’s character, Jocelyn: “There are 50 sleazy, sleazy guys in Hollywood like (Tedros ) who I remember living in LA. It’s quite realistic, so what do we do?
Bethenny told fans to remember that the show is a “fictional story” and viewers don’t have to wonder if its content is “empowering or not”.
She added, “(Viewers) make Lily-Rose Depp and The Weeknd such villains. It’s a fictional story! Don’t look at him!
“Like what happened to everyone else? Everything is supposed to be rinsed off? And there are no more fictional characters?
“Has everyone lost their minds? OK, you don’t like the show, don’t watch it. Suck your thumb, take a pacifier and shut the fuck up!”
The Weeknd – real name Abel Tesfaye – has been called a “comically bad” actor on the show, which has also been called “torture porn”.
Abel recently defended his “douchebag” character and said the review of “The Idol” was “highly anticipated.”
He told Variety, “We’re playing with genres with this show, we’re doing exactly what we wanted to do.
“And none of this is a surprise. I can’t wait for everyone to watch the rest of the show.
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