Boosie sounds off.
In the midst of the frenzy surrounding the Surviving collection, it was revealed new documentary, Leaving Neverland, is about to doc allegations of sexual abuse in opposition to youngsters introduced up in opposition to Michael Jackson in the course of the late singer’s lifetime. The movie is about to premiere on the Sundance Film Festival and has drawn criticism from followers and Jackson’s property alike who accuse filmmakers of trying to capitalize off of claims that had been disproved.
While many have come ahead, trying to attract some line between Jackson and R. Kelly, rapper Boosie BadAzz has determined that Jackson’s allegations should be examined by others with the identical scrutiny as R. Kelly’s.
“Let’s see what the world has to say this time,” Boosie penned in an Instagram caption. “KEEP THAT SAME ENERGY YALL HAD FOR RKELLY.”
Naturally, Booise’s feedback have drawn the ire of Michael Jackson’s supporters, with many mentioning the truth that two males, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, beforehand testified beneath oath that their tales of sexual abuse had been false. It isn’t made clear whether or not or not Robson and Safechuck can be featured within the movie.
“This is one more lurid manufacturing in an outrageous and pathetic try to take advantage of and money in on Michael Jackson,” a statement from the Jackson Estate reads. “This so known as ‘documentary’ is simply one other rehash of dated and discredited allegations […] It’s baffling why any credible filmmaker would contain himself with this mission.”