Britney Spears’ fiancé, Sam Asghari, is not happy about his New York Times profile, which should surprise exactly zero people reading it.
The model, fitness fan and aspiring actor, 27, responded to the play with the title More than Mr Britney Spears, on social media Monday night apparently upset, it included mentions of Spears’ conservatory and their relationship.
“I always learn,” he wrote. “In this case, I was surprised to find that even the most reputable publication will break a written agreement. I have no hard feelings, it just comes with the territory.”
He continued: “I have great respect for ethical journalism, and every other publication for six years has adhered to the same agreement that [the] New York Times broke. Water under the bridge. “
His post had graphics of Pinocchio and South Parks Cartman saying “anything.” It also apparently had conditions for doing the interview, which said he was able to talk about being a personal trainer and actor, but the story “would not include coverage of his fiancée or her conservatory.”
The news media stands by the story, which ran online on November 13 and in the style section the day after. They said they did not violate any agreement because they did not ask about Spears.
“Our reporting provides the necessary context so that readers can better understand Mr Asghari,” one New York Times It tells a spokesman for Yahoo Entertainment. “No direct questions were asked about Ms. Spears or the conservatory, which we recognized in our history as a condition that Mr. Asghari gave an interview and is not in breach of any agreement.”
There is a lot of intrigue about the fitness tab who has been dating Spears at such a crucial time in her life when she finally managed to finish her conservatory. The couple reunited in 2016 after drinking up his spilled milk in his “Slumber Party” video. They have only appeared in a handful of red carpets, and Spears escapes from one just moments after getting out of the car, preferring instead to control what they share on social media – like workout videos and holiday photos.
While Asghari has been the focus of interviews, it’s always about his training – although, yes, they do mention that he’s in a relationship with Spears. He said nothing about the conservatory until he put Jamie Spears on fire in February. When the legal stranglehold was finally settled, he publicly supported the star’s legal victories, rocked with a #FreeBritney shirt and tensed his muscles along with his love – and new fiancé.
That NOW piece tried to get to the bottom of who Asghari is, and made it clear that he “refused to acknowledge, by name or even oblique reference” Spears “as a condition of giving an interview.”
The profile has been called “awkward” and “injuries”– and it’s both. From the first line that described him as a “budding actor and former personal trainer” – one could see that it is no push.
While Asghari is observed to be “very polite, handsome and kind”, it suggests that he has no real opinions on anything. “It was easy for me,” he said of leaving his mother and sisters in Tehran to move to the United States with a father he had not seen since he was a baby. “I find happiness in every job,” he replied when asked about his worst job, after rolling sushi and working at Best Buy. “I’m closest to them all,” was his reply when asked which of his three sisters he has the strongest bond with.
There is no mercy for his acting with his resume described as a series of “blink-and-you-will-miss-it” roles – as “a character credited as ‘Sexy Santa’ in an episode of the 2021 HBO Max series Hacks. He appeared in a single scene. “You can not help but feel that it is mocking, as it is reported how he only sees” performances, not shows “as an actor and lists the latest favorites as” Hugh Jackman. I see clips of him acting. Jason Statham, I see clips of him playing, “maybe as if an entire movie might not hold his attention.
It also targeted his subscription service, Asghari Fitness, noting that it has 1,000 subscribers who pay $ 9 a week for content – with the newspaper suggesting that the recipes and images sent out are encrypted from other sites.
The most interesting parts, for better or worse, are about Asghari’s team. Much of the story is devoted to what overall characters his publicist, Brandon Cohen, and creative director, Maxi, are.
For example, “they understood that the interview had different start times; according to one of the timelines, a photographer who arrived at the recording exactly on time was either 45 or 90 minutes late. At one point, Maxi stated that the hour-long interview would take 15 minutes. “
There is a long section devoted to Maxi’s many interruptions during the interview. For example, how while Asghari “was in the middle of a sentence”, Maxi began to dab “on her lips with a Baby Phat Pink Rose Gold Glitter Hydrogel mask under her eyes.” Maxi often answered questions posed to Asghari, “which Mr Asghari disagreed with,” and each time after an interruption, the reporter told “delete, delete, delete,” whatever he said.
At another point, Maxi interrupted a planned hook for the article – Asghari doing stunt demonstrations – after learning that the interview did not include any video component, even though there had never been a video component.
The article said: “By suggesting that the essence of the stunts, as well as specific maneuvers, could be described in writing and then depicted by the reader, Maxi expressed strong doubts, ‘because I have a vivid imagination’, he said, and ‘I can not visualize it ‘- and his doubts meant that the stunt demonstration was never attempted. “
There has been support and criticism for the profile on social media – and the timing of it is without a doubt a factor. The profile, who painted Asghari as bland and his team chaotic, ran just a day after Spears’ conservatory finally closed – and in a business that has been so influential in helping #FreeBritney.
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