HBO's Leaving Neverland divided followers of Michael Jackson. The allegations made by Wade Robson and James Safechuck triggered many to both defend or denounce the late-singer. A music video producer that labored with MJ lately defined why he believes Robson and Safechuck initially protected MJ, claiming the late singer was not possible to cease.
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Rudi Dolezal first labored with Michael Jackson on the "Dangerous" tour in Munich in 1992 and the 2 continued to work collectively on quite a few different initiatives. Speaking to PageSix about Leaving Neverland, Dolezel stated that he does not assume the 2 accusers within the HBO docuseries are mendacity. “I consider nearly each phrase. It’s sensible work," he stated. "Nobody would cease Michael,” Dolezal added. “It’s onerous to consider an icon is a con.”
Dolezal additionally spoke on how Joe Jackson used inhumane strategies to show Michael tips on how to have faster footwork.
“He put the Four-year-old on a sizzling stovetop barefoot,” Dolezal stated. “The means he informed it, he was not regretting it. I felt actually sorry for Michael.”
Michael beforehand opened up about being emotionally and bodily abused by his father a baby, though he did say it performed a job in his success. Dolezal additional defined that Michael had extreme getting cosmetic surgery completed when he began trying like his dad.
The surgical procedure on Michael's nostril took out a lot cartilage that MJ wanted a plastic nostril that might “took hours to placed on with putty and make-up," in line with Dolezal.