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    Default Re: Controversial MJ Documentary "Leaving Neverland" [GENERAL DISCUSSION THREAD]

    As for that b. On my H8T list she goes and I bet ya that her dad Lenny is really ashamed of her right now.
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    Default Re: Controversial MJ Documentary "Leaving Neverland" [GENERAL DISCUSSION THREAD]

    Quote Originally Posted by ozemouze View Post
    Exactly. Funny you mentioned John Landis too, as personally I knew both of them independently from MJ (for film buffs they are unavoidable, plus QJ produced some quite accessible jazz tunes for the general public as well, not just for die-hard jazz fans). But you're right they are famous/recognised mostly in their own fields. However their bitterness is a bit incomprehensible, why weren't they just happy about the bigger exposure? If anything, they profited from their association with MJ, not the other way around. And I'm sure quite a lot of MJ fans bought QJ albums initially because of their fandom but ended up enjoying them - looks like a win-win situation fore me...
    Ego....

    Yeah landis was big in his field. American w.w in london scared the bits off me!! I was all of about 8 when i watched it😨 Mind you it still does now😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mechaspiderman View Post
    It's sad to see, because pop culture has a massive power when it comes to formin opinion of it's consuments. Younger viewers who haven't read much into the case will take their word for granted and just run with it until someone challenges them.
    And they'll likely dig their heels in and refuse to even look at the other side. I was worried about the long-term effects of LN, and it looks like this is the start of it.
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    Just ignore people who believes he guilty. at this point they doing it on purpose. they know exactly what they doing and get mad and block you when you call them out.



    I hope Prince, Paris, and Bigi be careful. it's really sad they been going through this crap since they was kids. follow by Michael died then it's been 10 years since he been gone. like they still pretty much grieving! their dad never coming back and people keep doing crap like this. they don't care who they hurt. I hate this world!



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    Quote Originally Posted by elusive moonwalker View Post
    Ego....

    Yeah landis was big in his field. American w.w in london scared the bits off me!! I was all of about 8 when i watched it�� Mind you it still does now��
    Michael was a big fan of horror movies. lol. i'm not a fan of horror but he liked them.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Amaya View Post
    And they'll likely dig their heels in and refuse to even look at the other side. I was worried about the long-term effects of LN, and it looks like this is the start of it.
    I disagree. We have to stop thinking what a few people say or do represent everyone. MJ music is still popular. When have you seen an artists who has been dead for 10 years whose still revival current artists.
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    Quote Originally Posted by terrell View Post
    I disagree. We have to stop thinking what a few people say or do represent everyone. MJ music is still popular. When have you seen an artists who has been dead for 10 years whose still revival current artists.
    I agree. Remember this for example I have never met Charles Thomson but he seems to me like a thruth teller sometimes almost a bit mean but he said on the Square one premiere that he was chocked by the number of people who said they used to think MJ was guilty but LN seemed fake and it was what got them started in investigating all the allegations, including Danny Wu himself. I mean this has been going on since 93 and I have seen a lot of people on twitter who said that as well, they actually became fans after researching BECAUSE OF LN.

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    Regarding Danny Wu I hope he is ok because he has been stuck in China since he went there to celebrate the Chinese New Year because of the Coronavirus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by La74 View Post
    I have seen a lot of people on twitter who said that as well, they actually became fans after researching BECAUSE OF LN.
    I’m one of them.

    Initially I only wanted to find out what’s up with those (to me) new allegations. But when I was done with researching those, I stumbled upon a quote by MJ, that he hoped that one day people will understand him, and I thought ok, fair enough, challenge accepted, and here I am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by terrell View Post
    I disagree. We have to stop thinking what a few people say or do represent everyone. MJ music is still popular. When have you seen an artists who has been dead for 10 years whose still revival current artists.
    I agree. and no one. they basically copying him. he pretty much did everything. that is why he is call the king. he an legend. and it takes alot or probably never to get up Michael level. no one hasn't got on his level yet.

    he was truly blessed.



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    Regarding Danny Wu I hope he is ok because he has been stuck in China since he went there to celebrate the Chinese New Year because of the Coronavirus.
    Did you see his coronavirus mini-documentary?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScreenOrigami View Post
    Did you see his coronavirus mini-documentary?
    Yes, as I understand it he is still stuck in Chengdu and don’t know when he can go back because his flight is cancelled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by La74 View Post
    I agree. Remember this for example I have never met Charles Thomson but he seems to me like a thruth teller sometimes almost a bit mean but he said on the Square one premiere that he was chocked by the number of people who said they used to think MJ was guilty but LN seemed fake and it was what got them started in investigating all the allegations, including Danny Wu himself. I mean this has been going on since 93 and I have seen a lot of people on twitter who said that as well, they actually became fans after researching BECAUSE OF LN.
    That's actually fantastic. That's exactly what that bald headed piece of trash Dan Reed didn't want. At the end of the day there will always be people that just let the media be their guidance and they eat it up, their loss, not Michael's and not ours.

    The other day I watched the taped conversation Michael had with Smuley. This is something all those believers of LN should hear/watch, that is how Michael really felt. I don't like Smuley one bit because in the end he turned out to be a snake as well. One time he says he was like a child, not a monster at all. And then later he goes all "he might have done something unforgivable". Michael had way too many of these sharks circling around him sadly.

    But as much of a two face a hole Smuley is, those tapes do bring us the real MJ. I'm not going near his books though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozemouze View Post
    I'm not sure if he said anything about just MJ in particular, but as his main focus on twitter is false accusations and its serious consequences, there were often interactions with MJ supporters under his tweets.

    He was accused with historic CSA, tried and acquitted (I guess that's the force behind his mission to help others with similar situations and raise awareness for the topic in the public): https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-suffolk-29712967

    It's a sad news about his declining health.
    Just been anounced that hes died. R.I.P

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