*Over the weekend, the contents from Michael Jackson’s home were auctioned off, totaling to over more than $1 million, blowing the pre-auction estimates out the water. Organizers estimated that everything would go for between $200,000 and $400,000. Among the things that sold was a kitchen chalkboard where Jackson’s children wrote “I love daddy,” which sold […]
*Kobe Bryant, someone we have not heard a whole lot from recently, opened up about his relationship with Michael Jackson. In 2009, with the King of Pop tragically passed away, the Lakers star guard described him as his mentor. “It sounds weird, I guess, but it’s true: I was really mentored by the preparation of […]
*Michael Jackson fans, you are in for a treat. Producer Rodney Jerkins has revealed that he will release a brand spankin’ new album of previously unheard material from the King of Pop. Jerkins, who spoke with VladTV about the album, was a little hush hush on an official release date. “You know there is a […]
*The Apollo Theater will celebrate music royalty this summer with the induction of the King of Pop and Queen of Soul into its coveted hall of fame. The late Michael Jackson and music legend Aretha Franklin will be honored with the Apollo Legends Hall of Fame on June 14 at the historic Harlem theater, according to […]
*Janet Jackson says Tyler Perry, her director and her co-star in the new movie “Why Did I Get Married Too,” was her rock after the tragic death of her beloved brother, Michael Jackson. She tells “Extra’s” A.J. Calloway that Perry was “very protective,” adding, “He was very supportive. Very much there for me with everything […]
Man Wants MJ Estate To Reimburse LA For Memorial: Taxpayer files creditor claim seeking $3.3 million reimbursement.
*A man is seeking $3.3 million for the city of Los Angeles from Michael Jackson’s estate to cover the cost of the King of Pop’s public memorial, court filings reveal. In a creditor’s claim filed Wednesday, Jose F. Vallejos states he is entitled to seek reimbursement as a taxpayer. Cash-strapped Los Angeles shelled out millions […]