Dear God. I'm arguing with some moron on Reddit about Michael being guilty.
^Someone responded to this thread saying they think Sony killed MJ - as per the topic. And most people on there are...
You go, Culkin. He's made the rounds in recent years - even being so nice as to appear on an Angry Video Game Nerd's episode. He doesn't have to do stuff like that - he's just nice enough to.
Plus, it helps that he's kinda turned himself around after a few years of not being in great shape...
I don't think that was Gervais throwing Michael under the bus. I think he felt his joke didn't work with only one example of a sex-abuse documentary - and it wouldn't have as much.
I think if Ricky was aware of it's BS - he'd be savage about it. But I doubt he's aware. But saying he threw...
From what I know - a rhinoplasty takes 2-3 years before it can be deemed a success. The nose/tissue can collapse or have issues during that 2-3 year period. From what I read, Jackson's Bad-era rhinoplasty eventually had this happen and anything after this was trying to correct that rhinoplasty...
I don't see what's wrong with this topic. Jackson's looks and image are a huge part of him - intentionally so.
Discussing his cosmetic alterations seems to be fair, to me. Not to be done disrespectfully, of course.
To me, it's not a coincidence or a good sign that the A&E documentary seems to be following the same format as Leaving Neverland - a four hour two-part format.
Seems a bit too deliberate. Perhaps Tom M. is involved because he thinks that Michael needs someone in the documentary to defend him...
Honestly, though - Kobe apologized publicly for the incident. He didn't deny sexual assault in his apology - so I think that's a pretty solid confirmation, there.
I think comparing his situation to Mike's is a bit detrimental, considering Jackson always denied and never apologized. For good reason.
One thing that I've heard a few times is that there was an allegation of child sexual abuse in 1984...but it was covered up because Jackson was to already appear at the White House and they didn't want it to taint Reagan's image by association?
Can anyone shed light on this claim/topic?
They've been "woke" to this stuff for a long time, now.
People stopped buying this story. The documentary resurrected it...but only briefly. Once word of mouth dismantled it, people have been coming back around.
I think there is something to be said that all you guys here haven't had a break from this story. I have.
I barely post here.
And I feel pretty good about the whole situation. Why?
Well, Michael's music is played a ton. I hear it everywhere. Cancelled, my ass.
But most importantly - the...
One thing I don't understand is how people who think he's guilty keep touting that "child porn was in his house!". Which is not true - the files and raid findings are all public record.
And on top of that, they somehow are implying the Santa Barbara County Police Department just shrugged that...
I feel like we haven't heard about Taj Jackson's documentary in some time. Did I miss anything regarding any progress/updates?
Also, do you think Wade/James really want this case to go to trial? I feel like they'd be hosed if it did...their story would be dismantled quite brutally, I'm sure.
Honestly, guys - I'm optimistic.
Checking every corner of every comment section on any Michael Jackson article or anything related to Robson/Safechuck - most people are defending Jackson, slamming the "documentary" and such.
Even places like Reddit are changing their tune back to "Yeah, he was...