The HBO documentary Leaving Neverland -- which aired its second and last half on Monday evening (March four) -- has prompted quite a lot of dialogue about Michael Jackson's life and legacy after the 2 males featured within the film accuse the pop star of molesting them once they had been boys in graphic element.
While there's so much to unravel over 4 hours of painful storytelling, one factor that's nonetheless materializing is whether or not Jackson's heretofore inescapable musical catalog will nonetheless be as extensively performed and beloved because it as soon as was. That selection at present lies within the arms of music programmers internationally -- whether or not meaning a radio program director or a Spotify playlist creator -- but it surely additionally lies within the listening habits of music followers in every single place.
So the place do you fall: Will you proceed to take heed to Michael Jackson's music following the Leaving Neverland allegations, or will you attempt to lower the self-proclaimed King of Pop out of your airwaves? Or are you continue to processing the movie's revelations and undecided about MJ's music? Vote under.