"Just Let Me Be"
Considered a criminal, an abandoned man, Michael repeatedly asks the media to separate his celebrity personality of your true self. Michael is asking for privacy, and the public and the media understand that behind his image, he is a man.
"Stranger in Moscow", concludes with a spoken letter in Russian. The song tells of an unidentified individual to have the feeling of paranoia, despair, fear and isolation, a sad ballad, where a man just want to be heard, while being crucified by the press."
- The truth about “Stranger in Moscow”
via : (MJTPmagine)
Michael with his double Darrick Morgan. He is from Gary too!
Photo is from MJJ Magazine #13
I’ve never had the opportunity to visit Neverland, but I can imagine the feeling I would have stepping on those grounds. Being able to walk where Michael once laughed, loved, & lived would be an experience I could never forget.
We all know Neverland was built with love. Magic happened there…miracles happened. And to think it could be no longer just breaks my heart.
I know Michael had left Neverland and had said to never go back, but now that he is gone, to lose this place…it feels wrong. It’s a part of Michael. It’s a piece of history. For it to be in the care of somebody else just doesn’t make sense.
My only hope is that if indeed Neverland is sold, it will be in the hands of somebody who will love and respect it for what it is and what it represents.
Neverland is Michael and whoever is lucky enough to own it should feel blessed. May they keep in mind how important it is to so many of us.
Maybe someday Prince, Paris and Blanket will have it their care. Maybe they’ll restore it to the magical place it once was. I can only hope.
part one : the legendary costumes and tour outfits.
“Later, in another part of Florida, when the old tour boredom set in that I described earlier, I played a little trick on Frank. I asked him to come up to my suite and when he came in I offered him some watermelon, which was lying on a table across the room. Frank went over to pick up a piece and tripped over my boa constrictor, Muscles, who was on the road with me. Muscles is harmless, but Frank hates snakes and proceeded to scream and yell. I started chasing him around the room with the boa. Frank got the upper hand, however. He panicked, ran from the room, and grabbed the security guard’s gun. He was going to shoot Muscles, but the guard calmed him down. Later he said all he could think of was: “I’ve got to get that snake.” I’ve found that a lot of tough men are afraid of snakes.” Michael Jackson: Moonwalk