Frances Bean Vs. Ali Lohan, Round I

Oh, snap! Frances Bean Cobain, 17-year-old daughter of Courtney Love and the late Kurt Cobain, is sick of being in the same category as talentless, sad sacks who are desperate to ride into the ever-widening gates of celebrity on the coattails of their famous family members. Specifically, she’s got a bone to pick with Ali Lohan, Lindsay’s younger — but much older-looking — sister. While the two don’t seem to know each other personally, it looks as though something about Ali has pissed off Frances enough to write an open letter — full of typos and grammatical mistakes, natch — to the younger Lohan sis, calling her out for lacking “artistic integrity,” and comparing her to the likes of Spencer Pratt and Jon Gosselin! Diss! Read the full letter after the jump (oh, and sic, sic, sic on all spelling errors!).

This is my open letter to Ali Lohan.

Your not entitled to anything simply because your sister has a recognizable name. Your idea of fame isn’t fame. It’s infamy. You want to be famous? Work your ass off and make decisions that could potentially catapult your career into a lasting one. Notariety for who you are and notaritey for the work you produce are two completely differnt things. I understand that you have been brought up in an envirtoment where the idea of fame is easily achievable but, that’s not an excuse. You lack the talent, social understanding and credibility to be anything other then infamous. Your careere choices, thus far, will transcend a future career as someone who attempted to be famous, but never quite achieved it. And if you do, it will be the formality of fame that puts you on the covers of tabloids, while the public idly watches you plumit into the murky abyss shared with the likes of Spencer Pratt & Jon Gosslin who, i’m sure, will steal your money whilst there. Fortunately for the world, there are people who have and don’t have recognizable names, who have obtained artistic integrity and will one day, hopefully, bring that tangible artisticness into light again. Though, its hard to think thats achievable when people like You ali lohan are rendering the world of true talent by attempting to make your entitled ass noticed. How is this fair to the people who HAVE artistic integrity, or a mind? How is it fair to those who truly have something to offer the human race other then a dwindling last name and a few shitty films, both of which, solidified the idea that your just a celebrities
sibling. I recognize that i might come across as harsh and no, i don’t personally know you, but its the actions that you take, that speak for you. You blatently don’t care how your recognized, its the objective to get famous and that is what makes you replaceable and a recycled idea .Well, im ashamed to have to be grouped into the same category of person as you. I would rather die a most painful death the be assoicated with the kind of careere your trying to make for your self. I hope i’m wrong because generally i’m not a very judgmental person, but in the case of you, that is MY entitlement.

Call me cynical or overly dramatic or whatever, but given Frances Bean’s family history, I’d be a little concerned if I were her mother that Frances admits she’d rather die a “painful death” than be associated with a career based in infamy. Isn’t that kind of exactly how her father felt? [via DListed]