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Revelations of Painful Childhood In James Brown’s daughters Novel “Cold Sweat”

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James Brown may have been considered “hardest working man in show business,” and may have been one of the greatest music icons of all time. However, when it came to family life, he was the hardest man to deal with.

Yamma Brown penned her autobiography called ‘Cold Sweat’ revealing the abuse that James Brown caused on her family. Usually in the autobiographies of celebrity children, we get an insight of the celebrity through a different and incredibly intimate perspective.

Through the eyes of children, we get to see the celebrities from an intimate and vulnerable view. Many times through painful detail, we see a side of the celebrity we never thought we’d see.  Writer Richard Torres  writes that this tactic is known as the “warts-and-all” syndrome, because despite the horrifying details, the author still has to explain why they still love their parents.

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