I love Michael Jackson and he has inspired me beyond belief, but many broadcasts like CNN and MSNBC have been over-butchering this story for the past two months. This weekend when Teddy, one of the greatest politicians passed away, I was listening to breaking news about Michael Jackson's case now a homicide. Stations like Potus Politics and NPR seem to really understand what their audience is looking for and I feel like there is only so much we could talk about a person, even if he was the greatest entertainer of all time. Question, why have we not buried him yet! It's been longer than two months since he took his last breathe and he is still chilling in a freezer. He will not come back to life if he is not buried. Teddy died on Friday and was buried on Sunday, during the same weekend so why is it taking so long?
Also, reports of AEG LIVE, the promoter of the "This is it" tour is in some deep trouble. They are hoping that the Michael Jackson movie being released on October 30th by Sony will help them make up the their debts. Since they own the behind the scenes footage that will be used for the movie, they had every right to sell it to Sony for 60 million dollars that will help bring in some monetary compensation.