Tag Archives: Paris Jackson

XSCAPE – THE FUNKIN’ POSTHUMOUS MICHAEL JACKSON ALBUM

XSCAPE – THE FUNKIN’ POSTHUMOUS MICHAEL JACKSON ALBUM

Earlier this year, I had to put a friend up on the meaning of posthumous — I forget what I was referencing.  According to Webster’s it means: happening, done, or published after someone’s death;  born after the death of the father; published after the death of the author; and/ or following or occurring after death.  For friends and fans of a music artist, posthumous is generally a dirty and undesirable word.

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MICHAEL JACKSON: STILL FUNKY – RARE INTERVIEWS

MICHAEL JACKSON: STILL FUNKY – RARE INTERVIEWS

Michael Jackson would be 55 today (8/29) if he were still among us.  Michael’s mom Katherine Jackson and his two eldest children Prince (16) and Paris (15), are currently in the midst of a lawsuit against concert promoters AEG Live, charging them with “Wrongful Death.”  AEG’s position is, Jackson was already using drugs that took his life when they began their contractual agreement.  On August 14, Jackson’s ex-wife Debbie Rowe took the stand in the pending case.  Rowe was called as a defense witness for AEG, and testified as her former mother-in-law Katherine sat in the front row.

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