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Why was Michael Jackson stigmatised so harshly?
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RE: Why was Michael Jackson stigmatised so harshly?
(November 2, 2016 at 2:24 am)Irrational Wrote: Like Losty, I don't know whether MJ was guilty or not of child molestation. I am agnostic. That said, I don't think this is that good of an argument against Mike potential being guilty. After all, what kind of parents would let their child sleep on the same bed with Mike in the first place? The same kind of parents who would just settle for the money even if in reality their child was molested.

If you listen to Macaulay you'll understand that much is a misunderstanding. MJ let children sleep in "his bed" and he went and slept in the guest bed (that's from the 2003 Living with Michael Jackson).

(November 2, 2016 at 2:01 am)Losty Wrote: Are you a huge fan?

No I'm not, I'm just interested in the stigma. I do absolutely love some of his songs, but most of them do not do much for me. In fat the only songs of his I really like are "You are not alone" and "Heal the world". Thriller, Billy Jean, etc don't do it for me.

(November 2, 2016 at 2:26 am)vorlon13 Wrote: It's widely accepted the pictures of Michael Jackson in the oxygen chamber were actually of Michael Jackson, taken at his direction, and deliberately leaked to the Enquirer, or the Star, or whoever got them first.

So Michael was complicit with creating his image or stigma, or whatever you want to characterize it as.

That's a different stigma though. Even if you might say that was his fault (though why doesn't Novak Djokovic receive the same stigmatisation then?) that doesn't mean other things he was stigmatised for are fair.
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Why was Michael Jackson stigmatised so harshly? - by Aractus - November 2, 2016 at 1:35 am
RE: Why was Michael Jackson stigmatised so harshly? - by Aractus - November 2, 2016 at 3:01 am
RE: Why was Michael Jackson stigmatised so harshly? - by Cato - November 2, 2016 at 11:48 pm

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