"South Park" 20th Anniversary- How "Shaft" Composer Isaac Hayes Really Left the Show - 2016-09-14

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F0.png "South Park" 20th Anniversary- How "Shaft" Composer Isaac Hayes Really Left the Show September 14, 2016, Roger Friedman, Showbiz 411

What was worse was that he barely knew me. He had appeared in my documentary, "Only the Strong Survive," released in 2003. We knew each other very well. I was actually surprised that his Scientology minder, Christina Kumi Kimball, with whom I had difficult encounters in the past, let me see him backstage at BB King's. Our meeting was brief, and Isaac said quietly that he did know me. But the light was out in his eyes, and the situation was worrisome.

But the general consensus was that he needed the money. Without "Chef," Isaac's finances were severely curtailed. He had mouths to feed to home. Plus, Scientology requires huge amounts of money, as former member, actor Jason Beghe, has explained in this space. For Isaac to continue in the sect, he had to come up with funds. Performing was the only way.


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