Michael Jackson’s first book saw the light in United States at the end of February 1988 with a display worthy for the star he was. In the book, Michael discusses his personal and professional life and the publisher Doubleday described it as “candid”. With “Moonwalk” MJ traces an autobiography where he talks about his friends, his surgeries and his compelling rise to the category of a star. The book was another success for Jacqueline Onassis. Read More
The Michael Jackson projected into the New Millennium was no longer the man who shared the podium with the then President of the United States, Ronald Reagan; aside the new artistic maturity and quality of contents production, ten years later, he was “poorer”. (“poor” in the broad sense, considering his privileged status).
Among the group of vultures that surrounded Michael Jackson for most of his life, Myung-Ho Lee – considering the short time he acted as a business adviser – turned out as a central figure in Michael Jackson debt affairs. What was spread by Myung-Ho Lee to the press it was nothing also that pure poisoned retaliation aiming to extort some extra money and get the lawyer fees paid by Michael Jackson. That’s why he disclosed MJ accounting to the press and crafted the baseless voodoo tale that only an idiot like Orth’s could collect and sell it as a gospel. Read More
The inaccuracy and the falsehood of a New York Time article related Michael Jackson financial crisis in 2006 before the public eyes, compared to what actually was the real situation behind closed doors. Read More
How and why Michael Jackson corporate investment loans with Bank Of America ended up in the hands of a company specialized in distressed debts and risky investments such Fortress Corp. Michael Jackson assets were NOT overleveraged entities neither at risk of impending bankruptcy. But it is evident that someone or something was actively working behind the scenes to bring his assets in those conditions. Read More
“SMASH HITS” Magazine, January 6, 1983
. . .or are they all round at Michael Jackson’s placemaking platinum-selling records and movies? An everyday story of rich and famous folk, starring Steven Spielberg and Adam Ant and Paul McCartney and Mark Ellen. Read More
We do not know many things about Michael Jackson, and much of what we know sometimes is incorrect; flanked by teams of public relations officers that too often seemed of gave helping the press to uncover negative or fake news about him, here another false story his PR/legal entourage failed to dab still today’s.
A brief timeline of the dirty corporations’ games toward the already problematic financial situation of Michael Jackson immediately after his acquittal from the 2005 criminal charges. Media trumpeting half-truth through the usual “anonymous sources” and spreading around the general public and financial institutions a distorted perception of him. Read More
In the month of November twenty-six years ago, Michael Jackson album “Dangerous” was on his way to reach the store’s shelves and it might be refreshing for old and new fans to remember how Media (NOT) welcomed this great masterpiece.
Since the news that Michael Jackson’s had a new album coming the fall of 1991, Media wondered what to expect from the ”King of Pop’s” new release ”Dangerous”. Read More
With all the goodies the Michael Jackson estate has spoiled us with during this 8 years – fake songs – garbage remixes – DVD of grotesque quality – probably no one noticed but strangely happened that they put some real money into the preservation of Michael Jackson’s work! And surely a good chunk. Read More
While MEDIA’s acclaim the 30 years of the BAD album today’s I remember very well that it wasn’t like that in 1987. Michael Jackson had to earn media respect been beyond reproach for his fantastic work (As always). Read More