A while ago I watched ESPN's brilliant docuseries OJ: Made in America.

After the second episode, which focused on the Rodney King beating and the LA riots, it got me thinking. Did MJ ever speak out about that incident or other racial incidents? As arguably the most famous African-American in the world, you'd have thought he would've spoken out publicly? MJ had power and a voice like few other African-American's had at the time, or was he advised not to speak out about the racial tension in LA?

Be interested to hear people's thoughts on the matter, also considering what is happening in America right now.