"You Can Lie On Him But We Believe In Him," Rev. Al Sharton, Harlem Apollo Theater (UPJ MJ Tribute)

Celebrate Michael Jackson

‘When the whole world turned on Michael, we never turned on Michael,” – Reverend Al Sharpton

Thanks Rev. Sharpton. We love you.

“You Can Lie On Him But We Believe In Him,” Rev. Al Sharton, Harlem Apollo Theater (UPJ MJ Tribute)Child molestation. Beat it! Pain Killers. You Wanna Be Starting Something! Loses Neverland. Scream! Children ain’t his. Billie Jean. Bizarre appearance. Off the Wall. Cut off his nose. Man in the Mirror. Lightened his skin. It Doesn’t Matter if You’re Black or White.

Western media’s filthy campaign to tarnish the image and legacy of superstar Michael Jackson is present in every broadcast they make.

“But is it too early to talk about the child molestation case,” a CNN reporter asked Monday, June 29 (the first Monday following his death).

Western media’s filthy campaign to tarnish the image and legacy of superstar Michael Jackson is present in every broadcast they make. But the life of the Man in the Mirror ultimately beats them in every attempt

“Michael Jackson didn’t die in a jail cell or with his head down,” Rev. Al Sharpton said, Tuesday, at the Apollo tribute to Jackson. “He died making a comeback and with his head up.”

‘When the whole world turned on Michael, we never turned on Michael,” – Reverend Al Sharpton

Thanks Rev. Sharpton. We love you.

Slaughter Lightfoot

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