Michael Jackson. Did He Need To Die?

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Michael Jackson Did he need to die? Aida Poulsen Healthy Living Magazine

Michael Jackson Did he need to die? Aida Poulsen Healthy Living Magazine



Curiously, this death has ruined some paparazzis’ living who used to indulge in lucrative loots around the life of the greatest, no matter how frail or inactive was the King. Ben Evenstad says, “This is what hit me halfway through the night (of Michael Jackson’s death): What do I do now? Chase f… Zac Efron around?” In the latest stage of physical and psychical pain and despair, under insurmountable debt, emaciated, and should have been forgotten 10 years ago, just a shell of a human, the King was the media’s gem of another class than the modern stars in their hip.

Among so many betrayals by those who lived by his means, another, the last one, at least won’t make Michael Jackson’s heart bleed again. Paparazzi were astonished that bodyguards, usually catching their every move, when surrounding the ambulance that took their savior’s lifeless body from his house, were only murmuring to the atilt shooting pack: “Please, guys, don’t do it,” allowing them to take through the ambulance window that infamous picture of the dying King, which scored $1 million.


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