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A Michael Jackson Question - Did You Love Him or Hate Him?

Updated on December 12, 2016


Michael Joseph Jackson (August 29,1958- June 26, 2009)

There has always been so much controversy about Michael Jackson. Even when he preformed as a child it was argued, was that his true voice, was he lip singing, would his voice change so much as he grew older that he would lose this interesting sound of his?

As he got older, his voice for the most part was not the question anymore. He still sounded good if you liked him and so so or bad if you didn't. Now the new thing in the media and forever to be with us was his changing appearance.

How many nose jobs did he really get? How many face lifts? Was he trying to be white?

Many said he was trying to be caucasian. We'll you be the judge. Did his doctors falsify his records? Per public record in 1986 he was diagnosed with vitiligo and lupus. Lupus is a deadly disease that can cause daily pain throughout the body and constant weight loss. (One of our aunts died from this ailment.) Michael's lupus was in remission.

The vitiligo problem he had causes your skin to lose pigmentation therefore turning your skin white or a near white color.

Lee Thomas an Afican American news anchor and reporter for WJBK (Fox) in Detroit, Michigan, often educates the public about his vitiligo disease. He has showed the public many times how he applies his brown make up to hide the white parts of his skin. When you see him on TV, notice his hands, he does not usually put makeup there.

So many controversies... Was he a child molester? Evidence said no..

Was he gay? He was married to Lisa Marie Presley from 1994 - 1996 (Elvis Presley's daughter). She said, no he was not gay.

Why did he dangle his child over the balcony?...

Being in the public eye is truly a difficult life to lead, whether you are dead or alive.

Gold Records, Best Sellers, Stellar Performances, Philanthropist... It's true, he captured the hearts of millions of fans throughout the world in his lifeime, were you one of them?


Did you Love Michael Jackson Or Did you Hate Michael Jackson?

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      BIGCSSHOP 4 years ago

      Hi L.O.V.E., Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving your comments. I totally agree, hating someone only hurts yourself. As you said,"Love always wins!"

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      L.O.V.E 5 years ago

      "The bigger the star, the bigger the target" reminding Michaels words in one of his interviews. Sad, but true. And Michael wasn`t talking about himself, he meant all people who have become famous.

      I see that very often when someone becomes famous, many people start to belittle, insult and yes, even hate them.

      But how can a person hate someone they don`t even know? That`s something which I don`t understand. When I was about 12-13 years old there was a girl in my school who often said insulting things to me, and not only to me. She was arrogant and I tried to avoid her as much as possible. Now she`s a a famous actress. Strange, but I don`t hate her, I feel nothing for her. If I would hate her, it would cause negative effects, on ME. I would do that only to myself, this person I hate knows nothing about that, about what I feel. That means I hate myself, otherwise I wouldn´t do that. If I`m happy with myself and with my life, I have no reason to hate or curse other people.

      If I don`t like something, then I just avoid that. To me, hate means to


      Those, who hate Michael, are jealous of his talent, of his fame, of that millions of people Love and admire him. Still, I`m happy to know most of the people have a Heart and don`t have anger or hatred in it, they haven`t let the negativity to take away their ability to see the world, other people, incuding Michael, with their Heart. Love wins the negativity, Love wins all that is bad and ugly. Even though there will probably always be some people who claim they hate him, Michael and his fans are the the ones who will fend off negativity, because their Love always wins!

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      BIGCSSHOP 6 years ago

      Hi beatrice dupree, Thanks so much for taking the time to leave a comment. I agree with you, I'm sure the pressure he had to endure was so much more than most of us could ever imagine.

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      beatrice dupree 6 years ago

      I knew Michael from an early age and he was always special. Somehow his public made him larger than life and it was too large for one person to handle

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      BIGCSSHOP 6 years ago

      Thanks Sofia Khan MJ for sharing. I love MICHAEL too. He will always be a part of me.

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      Sofia Khan MJ  6 years ago

      Yessssss I loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee !*!**!*MICHAEL!*!**!!*!* he is more than my life for me

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      BIGCSSHOP 8 years ago

      supercibor, Thanks so much for your comment.

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      Hector Herrera 8 years ago from Dominican Republic

      I was not a fan of Michael Jackson though I admired his creativity and his contribution to the needy with We Are The World. Some things about his personal life were unacceptable from my point of view.

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      BIGCSSHOP 8 years ago

      Thank you Zack for your comment.

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      Zack 8 years ago

      I never really liked him. I had always thought the "webster" issue was true

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      BIGCSSHOP 8 years ago

      Thanks sathsarani for your comment.

      I love him too.

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      sathsarani 8 years ago

      I love him so much

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      carolegalassi 8 years ago from California

      There is always going to be controversy regarding a public figure. Whether he did or he didn't is really not the point anymore. Its the fact the MJ was a music icon and to respect the departed, we should look at his accomplishments and his contributions to each of us as well as in the music industry.