Michael Jackson was killed to make someone 450 million dollars richer
Michael Jackson’s sister, La Toya Jackson, believes that her brother, who died June 25, was murdered, Mail on Sunday reports.
“Less than a month ago, I said I thought Michael was going to die before the London shows because he was surrounded by people who didn’t have his best interests at heart. Michael was worth more than a billion dollars. When anyone is worth that much money, there are always greedy people around them. I said to my family a month ago, “He’s never going to make it to London.” He was worth more dead than alive,” La Toya said.
Michael himself did not believe he would live to be an old man and feared he would die in his fifties, La Toya said.
La Toya Jackson received the results of the repeated autopsy Friday, which indicated the presence of four new scars on Jackson’s neck. The scars made her believe that Jackson had been murdered. La Toya was closer to Michal Jackson than anyone else. It was La Toya who suggested the idea of repeated autopsy.
What was Michael Jackson doing in Los Angeles if he was living in Arab Emirates? Why did he have the injections of pain-killing medications? Jackson was getting ready for his shows in London.
Jackson announced ten shows of his This Is It Tour several months ago. To be more precise, it was not him, but his representatives, who made the announcement. Jackson appeared at a news conference in London, at which he said just several words – his representatives did the rest.
Afterwards, they tried to sell tickets. The tickets were sold out in minutes, which encouraged the organizers to add more dates and make a tenfold increase in ticket prices. In the long run, Jackson was supposed to play 50 shows. About 750,000 tickets priced at $600 returned the profit of $450 million.
It was obvious that Michael Jackson would never be able to give 50 shows. He was fifty, he was sick, his body was ailing and it as a long time ago when he appeared on stage in a live performance. The story with the This Is It Tour looked like a risky venture from the very start. It was obvious that Jackson would not be playing any shows.
The Michal Jackson show is a vast undertaking. The people, who bought the tickets for his farewell tour, were expecting to see the good old Michael Jackson with his famous dance steps, magnificent special effects and so on and so forth.
The show organizers could cancel the shows, but in this case they would be supposed to make a half-billion-dollar refund for the tickets, so this variant was not good.
Michael Jackson was defamed in the United States and in the rest of the world. He was living in Arab Emirates, after an Arab sheikh invited him to move there. Jackson reportedly promised the sheikh to release three new albums, but he did not keep his promise.
Michael Jackson died. The world was shocked. Most likely, many of those who purchased the tickets for his shows in London will not ask their money back - they will keep the tickets for memory. Someone became $450 million richer.
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