Radio stations in 3 countries drop Michael Jackson from playlist

Radio stations in 3 countries drop Michael Jackson from playlist

Radio stations in 3 countries drop Michael Jackson from playlist

"Leaving Neverland", the controversial two-part documentary featuring two men accusing late King of Pop Michael Jackson of sexually abusing them as children, got more eyeballs in the United Kingdom than in the US.

Jackson with 10-year-old Jimmy Safechuck on his tour plane in July 1988.

Following the broadcast of the documentary this week, radio stations in New Zealand and Canada chose to remove Jackson's songs from their playlists.

"Plans have been underway for a number of months to remove the Michael Jackson statue from display as part of our ongoing plans to better represent the stories we want to tell about football".

In the explosive documentary, James Safechuck and Wade Robson claim they were sexually abused by the King of Pop when they were children.

Whatever your standpoint on Leaving Neverland, there's no doubt that the critically-acclaimed documentary has left an impression on viewers.

Meanwhile, a spokesman for the BBC2 denied that Jackson's music has been dropped off the Radio 2 playlist.

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The news comes as three major Montreal radio stations revealed they have stopped playing Jackson's music in the wake of the child abuse allegations made against him which aired in the HBO documentary in the United States on Sunday. The museum has previously released renderings of the building's design, which feature an image of Jackson on the exterior.

The BBC has clarified that they do not ban artists and Jackson could be played on BBC Radio.

However, Paris broke her silence on Wednesday night (06Mar19) when she spotted an article by Gay Star News which claimed she believed her father was innocent but was anxious how the documentary would impact her burgeoning acting career.

"Within either the first or second night of Michael and I being alone at Neverland, the nights started changing", he said. "It progressed to him performing oral sex on me, him showing me how to perform oral sex on him". I know my brother. MediaWorks also said they follow the public's preferences.

The programme was shown earlier this week on HBO in the US.

Michael Jackson's children are understandably having a hard time as HBO's Leaving Neverland continues to capture headlines.

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