With all of the speculation out there that Michael Jackson is broke, it is not surprising that he’s announced a series of concert dates over the summer in England, which he promises in the press conference above to be his last. If I may throw my own two cents in it, I believe Michael Jackson will never be broke, if by broke we mean losing the ability generate a substantial income. He still has millions of fans all over the world, and probably always will, who would gladly put down good money just to attend a personal appearance. You doubt me? Just look at the creepy grown-ass fans in this clip, screaming and acting like gully-headed teenagers.
And speaking of creepy, have a look at that “face” on MJ, it resembles something out of Star Trek:The Next Generation! What kind of disturbed mind and depressed soul would do that to themselves. To be perfectly honest here, I feel sorry for Michael Jackson, I really do. Who needs money and fame if it means being that unhappy. Joe Jackson you didn’t have to beat that boy like that you piece of crap!
Whereas Michael still has a decent chance of making some money, the rest of the Jackson brothers have just about fallen on skid row! My God, the fall of this family is down right frightening! Marlon Jackson, for example, is stocking groceries at a supermarket. This has got to be one of the most dysfunctional families in American history. Did you know that Jermaine and Randy married the same women and both have kids by her! Anyway, check out the miserable plight of these dead beats here.
March 23, 2008
STIFFED by their superstar brother Michael and plagued by decades of bad fiscal decisions, the once-mighty Jackson family is barely scraping by, with one brother stocking groceries, another repairing cars and others living at home with mom while hoping for sister Janet’s next handout.
They have fallen far from their days as sequin-studded stage stars who could rake in seven-figure paydays for a single performance. Then they were the Jackson Five, the undisputed kings of Motown, a Berry Gordy-led, bell-bottomed global phenomenon.