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THE KING OF POP
Transcript of THE KING OF POP
At age 13
With the Jackson five band!!
Micheal in court
Micheal with ex-wife Debbie Rowie
Micheal's kids product of his ex-wife
Micheal Jackson died in 2009 on June 25Th
M.J. with Debbie Rowie and kids
Michael with ex-wife Lisa Presley
Micheal and Lisa
Micheal and Debbie Rowie
Micheal and Brooke Shields
prince Michael Jackson I was born February 13, 1997
Paris Jackson was born April 3, 1998 and youngest prince Micheal Jackson II was born February 2002
Odd fact about Micheal's youngest son unlike his older brother an sister being born from Debbie Rowe he had a surrogate mother.(and Carl a surrogate mother is a woman who bears a child for another person, often for pay, either through artificial insemination or by carrying until birth another woman's surgically implanted fertilized egg.
He was a part of the Motown era and then became the foundation of pop music. Almost every pop/hip hop musician today lists Michael Jackson as a major influence from their youth. And so do most choreographers.
Jackson didn’t only shape music history, but dance history as well. Jazz choreographer Ginger Cox is quoted as saying, “Michael Jackson has inspired so many choreographers. His music has been played and danced to in studios for decades. Michael Jackson and dance go hand in hand.” International Program Director of New York’s Broadway Dance Center, Bonnie Erickson says, “I am struck again and again by Michael Jackson’s influence on dancers around the world – so many of our applicants cite him as the reason they started dancing. The fact that his influence has lasted in this context as long as it has is truly extraordinary.”
He donated the proceeds from the sales of The Man In The Mirror to Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times, a camp for children who suffer from cancer.
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People v. Jackson (full case name: 1133603: The People of the State of California v. Michael Joseph Jackson) was a 2005 trial involving recording artist Michael Jackson. A thirteen-year-old boy Jackson had befriended, Gavin Arvizo, accused him of sexual abuse. Jackson was indicted for four counts of molesting a minor, four counts of intoxicating a minor in order to molest him, one count of attempted child molestation, and one count of conspiring to hold the boy and his family captive at his 2,700-acre (11 km2) Neverland Ranch, as well as conspiring to commit extortion and child abduction. He denied all counts. On June 13, 2005, the jury found Jackson not guilty on all fourteen charges, which included all of the above plus four lesser-included misdemeanor counts.
Culkin confidently rejected suggestions that he might have been molested during his sleep without knowing about it and dismissed a prosecution display of sex magazines seized from Jackson’s home, saying he used to keep Playboys under his own bed as a kid.Culkin was the third young man to testify at Jackson’s trial that as boys they slept with Jackson at his Neverland ranch and weren’t molested.
Michael Jackson giving back