Thursday, June 25, 2009

Michael Jackson Dead


1980's pop music icon, Michael Jackson has died at his Holmby Hills, California mansion after apparent cardiac arrest around 12:20pm today. An aide called 911 and CPR was administered at the scene and in the ambulance. His sister, LaToya was seen running and crying in the UCLA Medical Center after Michael was pronounced dead.

Despite the weird behavior, plastic surgeries, and controversial "sleep-overs" with young boys at his Never Land Ranch in recent years, Michael Jackson will remain a major star and influence on the music and dance from his days with his brothers in the group The Jackson Five through to this day. He was currently working on a series of come-back performances with 50 dates scheduled. He was working out with Lou Ferrigno (The Amazing Hulk) to build his strength for his physically gruelling performances.

At a news conference in London recently, he told fans that the up-coming tour would be his "final curtain call... I just want to say that these will be my final show performances in London... This will be it. When I say this is it, this will be it."

Paramedics told TMZ that Jackson had no pulse when they arrived and were unable to get it back during the rush to UCLA hospital. It's being reported that Jackson suffered massive heart failure.

This is Michael Jackson's performence of Billie Jean, 2001-30th Anniversary Special, (h/t Gateway Pundit.)




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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am not discounting his contributions to the music industry, but I will not personally miss the pervert.

Indigo Red said...

I am personally appalled by the non-stop coverage of his death, much as I was when Princess Diana died. At least, Di actually did something like working on military mine clearance. Jackson sang, danced, dangled babies, and diddled little boys. The court case got lost in the same race crap as did the OJ trial and the two cases were inextricably linked by the race-mongers. Jackson and his life were perverted in so many ways that I find it hard to place all the blame on him. I think we can all agree that, even with the fortune and toys, Michael Jackson and his life were terribly sad.