Michael Jackson still the King Of Pop Three Years After His Death!
Did you remember yesterday June 25th that Michael Jackson died three years ago yesterday. He is still one of the most searched for names in the search engines and his music is selling as good as ever if not better. To many people Michael Jackson is still the King of Pop. What do you think about this.
It appears that in the hearts of some of his fans Michael Jackson the King of Pop will live forever. Why? What do you think the reason for this is. I personally am not a Michael Jackson fan. I'm more of a Elvis fan but to each his or her own. What do you think?
His music really spoke to people. He was extremely popular when he died because people finally remembered him. I was a huge fan, but now I'm into other music. I still think he's the King of Pop because he left a big impact on people. (:
by asalvani8 years ago
I just want to dedicate this thread to Michael, today is his birthday, and he is a host of a big party.
by samman7 years ago
Is Michael Jackson the real King Of Pop?
by hulaboy8086 years ago
Michael jackson is the KING OF POP true or false?sorry i am boredstar
by awsydney3 years ago
As a musician and music lover, I have grappled with an answer to this question since MJ's sad passing, if there ever will be one.To me, good music entertains us. But great music must inspire and fuel passion within us....
by lyns6 years ago
Michael Jackson it appeared made a speech and released things near his death that he never did before, did he have a feeling that he was going to die?, was someone threatening him?, was he murdered? and is he worth more...
by cooldad4 months ago
My opinion is that Michael Jackson was a kid toucher, bottom line. I loved Jackson's music when I was a kid, but when he started bleaching his skin and wearing shin guards, I realized something wasn't quite right...
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