Crisis Mananger Weighs In On Beyonce, Jay Z Statement

(New York, NY) -- Music power couple Jay Z and Beyonce are trying to move on from an explosive hotel video leak that has left a crack in their seemingly flawless public persona. The ultra-private couple issued a statement late last week, hoping to shut down rumors about a family feud, but crisis management experts say that may not be enough.
David E. Johnson of Strategic Vision LLC says Jay Z, Beyonce and Solange Knowles should consider sharing their story in an exclusive interview to get the controversy under control as their initial statement offered no explanation as to what prompted Solange to attack her brother-in-law in a hotel elevator a few weeks ago. Johnson also says The Standard Hotel did the right thing in firing the person responsible for leaking the footage of the altercation but will also have to work at regaining the public's trust as a safe haven for privacy.
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Crisis manager David E. Johnson of Strategic Vision LLC shares his advice on how Jay Z and Beyonce should handle their current controversy.
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Crisis manager David E. Johnson says The Standard Hotel did the right thing in firing the employee who leaked the video.
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