Dolly Parton has sent her support to Britney Spears. The ‘9 to 5’ hitmaker insisted she “tries not to get involved” in other people’s issues but having gone through her own legal battle with singer-and-producer Porter Wagoner – who sued her for breach of contract in 1979 – she can understand the ‘Toxic’ singer’s desire to have her conservatorship ended.
Asked her take on Britney’s situation, Dolly told ‘Watch What Happens Live’ host Andy Cohen: “Well, I try to not get involved in other people’s business. I think she’s a wonderful artist and I think she’s a wonderful girl. I only wish her the best.
And it was mostly just black families and people that lived around there. And it was off the beaten path from 16th Avenue and I thought, well, I am going to buy this place. It was a whole strip mall.
“I thought this is the perfect place for me to be considering it was Whitney. So I felt this was great. I’m just going to be down here with her people, who are my people as well. I just love the fact that I spent that money on a complex, and I think, ‘This is the house that Whitney built.
In other news – Robert Marawa leaves SABC again
In a stunning development‚ the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has announced the departure of seasoned broadcasters Robert Marawa and Vaylen Kirtley from the public broadcaster.
In a short statement‚ the SABC said on Friday morning that the much loved Marawa departs following the conclusion of the MSW (Marawa Sport Worldwide) which he presented on both METRO FM and Radio 2000 simultaneously. Learn more