Marshall Faulk’s wife Lindsay Faulk lives in Beverly Hills and was featured on the show “Beverly Hills Nannies,” in which nannies get paid large sums of money to babysit small, spoiled children and larger, spoiled wives. I watched a clip of an aftershow interview with the wives all gathered around, and when asked “is it necessary that your nannies be attractive?” one woman responded “It is, and I think nannies are like the new accessory so they should be cute.” It feels like the whole production is scripted, and the cast has been instructed to do and say execrable things. Sounds like a joy to watch.
Lindsay doesn’t seem to be featured much in any of the YouTube clips I saw, but she is featured in an odd and confusing “music video promotion” for something called “Pop Money.” I’m not entirely sure what the aim here for Marshall Faulk’s wife Lindsay Faulk was. I think she may have gotten bored and wanted to have some fun with pop music. One of the most entertaining lines for me was “All these shows, all these screams, my pretty face on the TV screen. I even got my own bag– that’s when you know you made it.” It’s not so much sung as narrated. Lindsay has not had any vocal training, and I’m not sure what she’s talking about when she refers to “all these shows” and “all these screams.” Was she flashing back to all the shows she was contractually obligated to appear in for Beverly Hills Nannies and all the screams of terror by the viewers? I’m kidding, of course; they were probably more like screams of mock-terror.
Marshall Faulk’s wife Lindsay Faulk apparently also created a line of scented candles called “Black by Lindsay Faulk.” It has been written that she also created skincare products and a scent, but all I can find on Amazon are the candles, which likely do burn (there’s a picture of one lit).