I am removing every Michael Jackson song from my electronic devices. It just does not seem right any more after what has come to light in Leaving Neverland. The four-hour documentary has literally been the last straw that has broken the back of this camel that was Michael Jackson’s fan.
Three major Montreal radio stations have stopped playing Michael Jackson songs as a result of child molestation allegations against the late musician that aired Sunday in HBO documentary Leaving Neverland.
For so long, so much about Michael Jackson won our awe, our pity, our bewilderment, our identification, our belief that he was a metaphor, an allegory, a beacon, a caveat — for, of, about America. You need to do a lot of looking at him to feel this way. You also need to do a lot of looking the other way.
The documentary Leaving Neverland which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to a standing ovation, will, starting on Sunday, air the abuse allegations of two men, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who had previously denied that Michael Jackson molested them
Michael Jackson's estate attorney Howard Weitzman's letter includes an offer to meet with HBO executives to discuss the film, and states that if the network cares about ethical standards "this documentary will never air on HBO."