You probably heard by now that Michael Jackson passed away June 25, 2009. When I heard this on the heard news the first time, he had a heart-attack, I thought he will be okay.
But when I heard that he had died. The music slow down and the music fade away. I thought it would be like an episode of “Dallas” when I woke up. It will be dream and nothing happened.
He left behind a legacy of music. His music will be remembered over a long period of time. Whenever you hear it at a grocery store or in an elevator, people will remember him of his music.
His allegation of molesting boys at his ranch was false the parents wanted money from him. He was found not guilty in the 2005. If people think he was, molesting boys, he will be jailed already and he will die sooner than you think. The woman from the “Thriller” video wanted to sue Michael Jackson too. She wanted money! She’s needs to get a life and stop suing people. She’s dating a lawyer now. Why sue? Sue your date!
Why are people coming out of the wood work and wanted to sue Michael Jackson? She will never win. He’s broke. He has children. He’s dead. Leave the dead alone. Michael Jackson will haunt her.
Wouldn’t that be ironic? Michael Jackson as a ghost at his Neverland Ranch? It will be a dream for the Ghost Hunters to explore his house. The Ghost Hunters will hear “Thriller” playing in the background – that will be scary. And the real zombie of Michael Jackson will appear out of no where.
Here’s my biggest pet peeve. Why do celebrities take drugs or prescription medicine? Of course, they do need energy and stay awake to write good music and perform better on stage or screen. But why? They are taking a big risk in their career. Anna Nicole Smith died of overdose of prescription medicine. Elvis Presley too. How many of good actors and musicians TODAY are taking medicine. If they want to live – they should stop taking drugs and overdose on prescription medication!
Celebrities will never learn. They are not our role models. They do not know how to behave and they have fans that looked up to them. Celebrities are not good role models.