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Save the children

August 17, 2011 5 comments

My thoughts go to the children, Michael’s three kids. We all know he has had them by surrogate mothers, but still three beautiful kids he loved above all and by whom was deeply loved in return. My thoughts go to them these days, more than in the past.

What is going on with the shameful Tribute planning in Wales is even more embarrassing and shocking to us than any previous statement, interview or tv appearance by MJ’s family members. We are forced to watch tickets high-pricing (for which no refund is given to fans if at least 50% of the estimated celebrities don’t join the show or give up last-minute), to swallow bitter pills and fight like crazy due to great indignation when old glories of rock ( e.g. Mr. Simmons, who else?) twice embarrass us with their past statements or new participation in the above mentioned show. Read more…

Correction to “In Defense Of The King”

October 2, 2010 33 comments


Earlier I wrote a blog about Michael Jackson’s bodyguards In Defense Of The King,   where I practically praised their book like The Book of the year, and expressed how much I was looking forward to read it. Well things have changed since my latest blog. A lot have changed actually. It all started with a comment on my latest blog,  and this comment was a real eye opener for me, and others as well.

After I read this comment and watched the interview again, it all stood out for me. These bodyguards are not up to something good and right now it doesn’t look like they are defending anyone. Read more…

The “kids” on Twitter

May 14, 2010 5 comments


There are a lot of “Jackson kids” on Twitter, I am talking about every one of them having loads of accounts..

In real I don’t believe they do have Twitters. If they had, it would probably be under another name, so you wouldn’t recognize them, but really I don’t think they have Twitters. These are fakers who want to trick you, get lot’s of followers and feel important for a moment. Most of these accounts fades out, because the person behind it maybe realises, that it is hard work to keep the illusion going.

They use some simple tricks to make it look real.. they follow their “relatives”, but rarely the verified accounts of relatives for obvious reasons. They make an account for each of their siblings, and then they tweet back and forth with these “siblings” to make it look like they know each other. They often protect the account, because it makes it look more real. Read more…

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