You know what I hate more than anything else? People I don’t even know who say bad things about me just to make a name for themselves. Or, worse still, make money off of me.
They’re users — and losers. This lady, Donna Hogan, knows what I’m talking about. She has a website that says she’s my sister, and she’s even been on Inside Edition and Entertainment Tonight.
Who do you think she talked about on those shows? You guessed it — me. Donna did it again this week. She talked to A Current Affair. Then a reporter for the show ambushed me at Grand Central Station in New York when I was signing copies of The National Enquirer to mark the launch of my new column. The reporter wanted to know why Donna said I abandoned my family.
Well, let me tell you about my so-called sister. This lady may be my biological dad’s daughter, but she’s not my sister. My biological dad left me when I was a kid. I didn’t even know he had another daughter until I was an adult. Until after I became a celebrity. To this day, I’ve never seen her. I don’t know her. But, somehow, this lady has the nerve to do interviews about me. And I’m the bad person? I wonder how much she got paid.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: blood isn’t everything. Donna, stop saying you’re my sister. Stop doing interviews about me. Why don’t you try to make it on your own and stop using my name? I’m sick of it.