It is with great distress that I write these words. The curtains have finally dropped. The lights have finally faded….for fate has decided to take away the King Of Pop from us mere mortals. His songs however, will always be echoed through generations to come.
What I dislike about the media are the “News Alerts” and you have to wait a while for the confirmation. The confirmation was his unfortunate death, the cause of whoch is yet to be determined. He was scheduled to perform at London next month as his final performance but destiny decided otherwise.
I was an enormous fan of Michael, being a child of the ’80s, and all through the ’90s. But as usual, the media “leeches” feed on celebrities, and tried over and over to devour and smear his reputation. I am glad to say that they have failed with honours, and the proof are his loyal fans.
Michael Jackson died at the age of 50 (click on MJ’s name for his biography)
Many people are gifted in what they do. Some are born for what they excel at. Michael was created for the extreme in terms of music. A pioneer who touched the lives of not millions, but generations of the human race. Music is a universal language, and he was fluent enough for everyone to understand him. He truly was, and always will be the “King Of Pop”, the “Royalty of R&B”, and the ” Supreme of Soul”. Rest in peace Mr. Jackson.