Stop the press. Sneak has a mindblowingly unbelievable story coming your way. Ready? Really ready? OK. Here it comes. Some celebrities with Twitter profiles don't actually update them themselves. Yup, thought you'd be shocked. And there you were giving Britney parenting tips or advising hip hop star 50 Cent about where the best bling emporia in London are. And all along they weren't even listening! Can you believe it?
Well, yes actually, Sneak can. According to reports, Ms Spears even posted an advert recently for an assistant who could help her with menial stuff like managing the content for her Twitter and Facebook accounts ... and childcare. That last one was made-up, by the way.
For his part, 50 Cent's online business manager, Chris 'Broadway' Romero, is apparently the lucky soul who is tasked with capturing the spirit of his employer in his Tweets. What a job. What. A. Job. Sneak wonders if there are any down-on-their-luck celebs who might want a bit of Twitter action to kick-start their careers? Sneak would be happy to oblige by ghostwriting their Tweets in keeping with the true essence of the man or woman behind them. Paul Daniels maybe? Although no, he is already a prolific blogger in his own right. Maybe Bobby Davro? I'm sure you'll all agree it's been too damn long since he was on our TV screens...
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