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Do you think that Michael faked his death??

  1. zens28 profile image48
    zens28posted 8 years ago

    Do you think that Michael faked his death??

  2. yoshi97 profile image64
    yoshi97posted 8 years ago

    Yeah ... him, Tupac, and Elvis are all at Denny's laughing at us right now. wink

  3. Hiperion profile image61
    Hiperionposted 8 years ago

    I really donĀ“t think so!!! All of us will die some day.

  4. Lisa HW profile image71
    Lisa HWposted 8 years ago

    It's always a possibility, and it would certainly be an understandable one.  (He could always have yet more plastic surgery and start life over as yet someone else.)  Either way, we don't have to see him showing up in the media any more.

    Having acknowledged that much, though, I have to say that I didn't think he'd live much into his forties.  He showed all the signs of someone who was headed for an early death.  (Can you imagine him living to be 80?)  I'm surprised he made it to 50 and tend to think he lived longer than others with similar lifestyles do.

  5. Don_Johnny profile image75
    Don_Johnnyposted 8 years ago

    Michael Jackson or Jako for fans. I don't really think his death is a fake although it is a possibility. He was a verry influent person with a lot of money and as far as I know a lot of debts. He was a king in his domain. He reached 50 years (half of life) being a mega ultra super extra known person. He's death can be a fake. I know i would think of this if I were as famous as he is. Half of life a king and the other half a normal life with some money.
    There are a lot of conspirations in this world. Why not another one?
    I might write something about this. Why not.

  6. carolegalassi profile image62
    carolegalassiposted 8 years ago

    No, I don't believe he faked his own death. The man was addicted to painkillers and suffered from insomnia. He obviously had health issues that impacted him from living a better life. For someone who lived a short time, he went through so much stress which is a prime contributing factor to health.

    I know he's reported to have done some strange things in the past, but faking his own death could not be a factor in my opinion, especially in light of his upcoming world comeback tour.

 
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