Newly resurfaced video footage of Michael Jackson from 1989 is raising some eyebrows among fans. According to sources, the footage comes from a surveillance video from a Zales jewelry store in Simi Valley and shows Michael Jackson wearing an odd disguise while shopping with a young boy, who turns out to be James Safechuck, one of the men accusing the King of Pop of sexual abuse in the “Leaving Neverland” documentary. Since the documentary has aired, fans have been debating Jackson’s guilt and/or innocence online. However, his streaming and music sales are down, radio stations are banning his music, and an episode of “The Simpsons” which he lent his voice to, has been pulled from rotation. With all this negative controversy STILL surrounding the King of Pop even after his death, what are your thoughts to the claims made by his alleged “victims”? Do you feel this new footage furthur proves his guilt? Comment below and let us know what you think. #wednesdaynews #michaeljackson #leavingneverland #blackexcellence #blackination #blackigossip #socialstreaming #blacksocialstreaming #blacktechs #blacktechnology #blackmoneymatters #queenkay

Source: inquisitr.com
Photo: certifiedpop.com

image
Please Sign up or log in to enter the Nation and like, share, comment !