you know i already opened up a forum on this topic about a year ago where people could voice their opinions about the man. whether you think he's a icon or whatever. here's the link if you want to check out the forum. sorry, i don't mean to self promote here, but just thought you'd like to participate in it since you brought it up
Yes we do. Love is costly, hate is cheap: talent is indisplaceable
Hey, I hope he is resting in peace, but the world keeps spinnin' and almost no one is losing any sleep over it.
Yeah, thats why he is relevant and making a cool billi in death. One thing you gotta admit to is that he's got the music. Remember today is his first year death anniversary.
Don't know why you are choosing to worship a dead pedophile, but whatever floats yer boat.
Aignt worshiping. Pedophile?? Hmm, since you said it but even if you are saying the truth, tell me an artist that is scandal free - not one: pedophiles, gays, drugs, satanist, etc is no stranger to the entertaiment world. The only difference is he is dead. I'd advice you to embrace the art and talent rather than the artist.
Peace to you.
He was a strange, troubled person and now he's gone. Maybe you should move on.
I was not about his personal life, I was about his work/material. Yes, I miss him cause he is no more there to put out those materials. Am not a groupie. I admit and know (like everybody) he has good music, I love GOOD music & am a fan of his work. U ve really engaged me this night
You are having a meaningless discussion with a troll - its only aim is to make pointless posts and annoy people on these forums, maybe he thinks he can annoy everyone away and have all the chat to himselves.
I personally have no time for MJ and I don't like his music much - but that is art I guess we all like different stuff and you are entitled to your - peace bro
"Yes, I miss him cause he is no more there to put out those materials. "
He wasn't "there" to put out anything good since 1982.
I love all Michael Jacksons work, he was a big influence on me when i was very young. We all listened to the radio in class, to see if he got to number one with I'll Be There.
He will be remembered for a very long time to come, like his music or not, he will be missed very much by thousands of people. Especially his kids, lets just have a bit of respect here.....
I miss him. I know there were many odd things going on with him but I cannot deny his talent and it was great watching him.
the amount of people around him in his rehearsal. He was just one walking talent. Wish his parents had been more supportive of him and cared about him more, especially his father. His hang ups need never have been there at all. Pure talent
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