Nu, Is Britney Spears Good For The Jews?
WHITE TRAYF Spears
Britney Spears may not have any Jewish in her, but she seems to want some. The prematurely over-the-hill pop star's latest fella, according to this week's batch of tabloids, is Isaac Cohen, an actor-slash-
model from Encino, California. That's "Cohen," as in a member of the priestly lineage descended from Aaron, brother of Moses, leader of the Israelites—by all reasonable estimation, a Jew.
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Before turning up on Cohen's arm, Spears was reportedly making time with Jonathan "J.R." Rotem, a producer who's worked with 50 Cent, Destiny's Child, and The Game. Another member of the Hebraic faith, Rotem was born in South Africa to Israeli parents and attended multiple Jewish summer camps as a youngster.