My claim is based on my natural impression of the films when I watch them. I'm always under the natural impression that these films mostly exist to draw in revenue (and I've given you reasons why I think this). That is what rubbed you the wrong way, and quite frankly, that is your problem that someone else holds a viewpoint that you don't like. It certainly doesn't rub me the wrong way that you do feel more personally connected to the films. Honestly, more power to you.
Pointing out that DB does it is irrelevant to me, because I get enough of a natural impression from it that it's genuine. Admittingly, I get less of this impression from DBS than I do from Z or classic Dragon Ball, but I get more of an impression from DBS than I do the MCU (that probably hit you hard). I do think MCU is genuine to a degree, but like I said, this is a comparison. I think it's comparatively less genuine. Again, my natural impression when I watch these films. I much less don't care what actually goes on behind the scenes.
Your negative viewpoints of Frieza turning into a recurring villain, or the new Broly, don't rub me the wrong way at all. I really do not even care in the slightest what you think, and I mean that in the least condescending way. What you think is what you think, regardless if you have a reason that you can put into words or not, and regardless of whether you frame it as an opinion or as a fact. You can spew how you factually think DBS, Broly and Frieza is terrible without explaining objectively why, and I couldn't give a rat's behind. And it's actually because I respect your viewpoint and see it as valid. I don't need you to explain to me why you think what you think.