The Michael Jackson documentary, leaving Neverland, debuted and twitter was very mixed. From what I’ve read though, this Wade Robson guy seems like he lost all of his money and is looking to cash a ticket based on no evidence. With that being said, MJ also put himself in a lot of compromising positions. Rule of thumb, don’t hang out with anyone that is 6 or more years younger than you unless other adults are there. That seems like a reasonable number.
Wade Robson in 2005 testified that MJ never had any sexual relationship with him. He even went at it with Jimmy Kimmel about the entire situation.
Wade Robson defending Michael Jackson on Jimmy Kimmel in 2003. He even interrupts Kimmel to defend Michael Jackson pic.twitter.com/8Y2fTkETy8
— AllforLove (@love_allfor) March 4, 2019
So what changed between then and now? Robson failed to get a directing gig, had a nervous breakdown, he tried to shop a book and it failed to get published, he filed a lawsuit that was dismissed and now helped make this documentary. So once again, I don’t want to defend Jackson because I think his allegations were all self inflected by the situations he put himself in but this Robson guy seems like a fraud in my opinion.
Anyway, twitter was a buzz over it and I’m sure it will stay that way for a while. You can be the judge for yourself on what you believe.
In a long long long list of very fucked up, heartbreaking, and disturbing details of what Michael Jackson did to these kids, this sentence was the harshest one that cut the deepest. I don’t understand how these parents let this happen. How so many ppl let these kids down. pic.twitter.com/78gtkHc5vS
— KFC (@KFCBarstool) March 4, 2019
Michael Jackson was under FBI surveillance for well over a decade. They found NOTHING to substantiate claims of child abuse. He was also fully exonerated following his '05 trial. #LeavingNeverland fails to highlight these FACTS – and MJ is no longer here to defend himself.
— Elgin Charles (@ElginCharles) March 4, 2019
Not really. You can set fire for example in another garden, can't you?
Please also check the other perspective. https://t.co/9z15S3mZQt.
Also check what the FBI has to say (found nothing in 10 years):https://t.co/8Qyd9kt40Z
— A (@amelieamale) March 4, 2019
Since Michael Jackson fans won’t believe Wade Robson & James Safechuck. Here is a clip from MJ talking about having kids sleep in his bed. His answer is totally normal and not at all creepy. #LeavingNeverland pic.twitter.com/gdxeCp07A7
— Monika (@mon1787) March 4, 2019
"There is no dispute that, at age 34, Michael Jackson slept more than 30 nights in a row in the same bed with 13-year-old Jordie Chandler."https://t.co/XX2Cuur71N
— Jenny Hollander (@_JennyHollander) March 4, 2019
— BallerAlert (@balleralert) March 4, 2019
watching leaving neverland. i’m young enough to have not been aware of the allegations about michael jackson as they were happening and it is WILD TO ME that anyone thought his behavior around and constant contact with young boys was remotely okay
— b-boy bouiebaisse (@jbouie) March 4, 2019
"Leaving Neverland" is reviving claims that Michael Jackson had inappropriate contact with minors pic.twitter.com/kXoJZZ3dYx
— Bloomberg Quicktake (@Quicktake) March 4, 2019