"Just because you read it in a magazine or see it on the TV screen don't make it factual..." - Michael Jackson, "Tabloid Junkie"
From time to time I get involved into conversations I'd rather wouldn't. One particular topic is about Michael Jackson, the King of Pop. I mean, not about Michael Jackson in general (to talk about MJ is quite a joy for me), but about how bad he was. It's an appropriate time to say this, I think. If Michael Jackson was still alive he would have turned 55 yesterday.
If Freddie Mercury was a King of Rock, Michael Jackson was definitely a King of Pop. That is undisputed even for those who hate him. The album Thriller became not only a best-selling album of all times in the US, but also in the world. MJ himself became the inspiration for millions of musicians and dancers of all nations and skin colours. There are legends which Michael had made up himself, for fun. But there are those that he hadn't and which are lies. Lies which have never been and can never be proved. Lies made up in order to make profit at the expense of the rich, but innocent person.
There's not so much to say but if today, after all who could have already confessed about their lies, you still believe that Michael Jackson was guilty according to what you've read in cheap tabloids I'll just say: "Screw you."