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“Leaving Neverland”: Michael Jackson’s Accusers Makes A U-Turn?

In the wake of the 2018 #MeToo campaign, there are lots of alleged sex abuse done by R & B singer, Robert Kelly known to the world as R.Kelly and world-renowned film producer/Hollywood executive and US comedian, Bill Cosby.

Just three stated above, the King of Pop Michael Jackson has been accused of getting involved in child molestation practice.

With the tell-all docu-series titled Leaving Neverland coming up this Friday at the Sundance Film Festival, his accusers Robson and James Safechuck have said that contrary to the belief to make him look back, they just want to raise awareness of his several acts.

(FILES) US pop star Michael Jackson waves to photographers during a press conference in Paris on March 19, 1996. Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009 after suffering a cardiac arrest, sending shockwaves sweeping across the world and tributes pouring in for the tortured music icon revered as the “King of Pop.” AFP PHOTO / VINCENT AMALVY (Photo credit should read VINCENT AMALVY/AFP/Getty Images)

Both claim that while they were yet children, Jackson molested them.

It should be recalled that we brought you information that fans of Jackson planned to boycott Sundance, a campaign which started off on Twitter.

On another hand, the MJ estate called the docuseries BS. The likes of Nigerian-American artiste, Neyo also voiced his opinion stating that RKelly and Jackson cannot be compared “Nothing. Unlike R Kelly, there was no video evidence of Michael Jackson abusing anyone,” he said.

It is obvious that Robson does not care about the reception and has said that the docuseries will still hold.

So Friday, here goes nothing!

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