It’s Not So Black Or White: Should We Cancel Michael Jackson’s Music?
Being a fan of Michael Jackson's music in 2019 puts listeners in a precarious position.
In case you've been living under a very large rock, accusations against Michael Jackson alleging he sexually abused young boys have resurfaced after HBO aired a chilling documentary detailing the experiences from two men, Wade Robson and former child star James Safechuck. They claim Jackson sexually molested them when they were children.
Backlash from the film, Leaving Neverland, has inspired radio stations and other major organizations to ban Jackson's music from playing. The Simpsons pulled their MJ episode. Drake removed his MJ duet, "Don't Matter to Me," from his tour. Media is forced to draw a line in the sand, and as a result... so are you and I. What should we do?
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