Leaving Neverland could have modified a couple of opinions on Michael Jackson however his ride-or-dies aren't budging. Many have bashed the accusers for popping out with these allegations after the singer's loss of life whereas others consider the victims must be heard. However, regardless of the allegations, there are numerous who consider that Michael Jackson's legacy transcends his alleged abuse in the direction of kids. Fat Joe and Stevie Wonder each acknowledged that they will not be canceling Michael Jackson anytime quickly.
Stevie Wonder had a private relationship with Michael Jackson. The two labored collectively on Bad collectively on the music "Just Good Friends." TMZ approached Stevie Wonder at LAX and requested him about his ideas on Leaving Neverland. Stevie did not immediately deal with the allegations or the documentary however he does hope that Michael Jackson's legacy will reside on.
"You know what, he is died. He's useless," he stated. "Hopefully, we can proceed to the legacy of inspiration he is given loads of children and lots of people."
Far Joe shared an analogous emotions as Stevie. Although he admits he hasn't seen the documentary but, he did appear reluctant to consider that one in all his favourite artists could have dedicated some heinous crimes.
"I really like Michael Jackson, he is one in all my favorites on the planet. Like, I imply, Mike was all the pieces. So I have never seen it man however , I really like MJ. I'mma test it out," he stated.
Fat Joe later acknowledged that he would not suppose that Michael Jackson will probably be canceled like R. Kelly. Peep the video beneath.