Michael Jackson Art Exhibit Opens In Germany Amid Disturbing Allegations
MICHAEL JACKSON – An art exhibit about Michael Jackson is opening amid child abuse accusations.
American singer-songwriter and dancer Michael Jackson was dubbed as the “King of Pop.” He is one of the greatest entertainers and was known all over the world.
Following a previous article, the songs of Michael was banned from the radio stations in Canada and New Zealand after 2 men revealed some disturbing allegations.
Wade Robson and James Safechuck revealed 7 unsettling allegations against Michael on their HBO documentary titled “Leaving Neverland.”
These two men claimed that they were allegedly abused by Michael Jackson when they were just boys. In the documentary, they detailed what happened and felt during that time.
Despite the allegations, the singer’s songs soared in the United Kingdom after it’s ban from the radio stations.
In a report, Michael’s songs jumped 44 places after the ban and rose to #43 in iTunes album charts.
Aside from that, the art exhibit about Michael “Michael Jackson: On The Wall” at the Bundeskunsthalle museum in Bonn, Germany prevailed amid “Leaving Neverland” claims.
Based on a report from Billboard, the picture of the singer “American Jesus: Hold Me Carry Me Boldly” created by David LaChapelle was featured on March 21, 2019.
According to the report, David LaChapelle stated that the art exhibit was already planned before the release of the controversial documentary.
“Was never celebratory. It’s about the complexity of Michael, how he means very different things to many very different people,” said David.
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