American King of Pop Michael Jackson had a successful music career. He was considered as King of entertainment of all time. He sold over 750 million albums and won countless awards including 13 Grammys.His lifetime earnings was estimated to be over one billion. With his huge earnings Michael Jackson lived a luxurious lifestyle.
Childhood Michael Jackson' s journey from abused youngster to King of Pop is one of the most amazing in history. Jackson was born on August 29th, 1958, in the small Indiana town of Gary. His childhood was both interesting and troubling. His family, which consisted of nine brothers and sisters, lived in a modest house and relied heavily on his father' s wages as a local steel worker to get by.
Did you know that Michael Jackson,the King of Pop would've been 63 years old today August 29,2021? It has been 12 years since Michael Jackson left this world.Many could hail too much praise on him because he did a lot of things in his lifetime to solidify his name in the history of this world.
Michael Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray refused to give evidence at his trial to explain how the King of Pop died, but revealed his final words in a paid-for interview for a TV documentary. MJ reportedly said that, Michael Jackson pleaded to let him have some fatal milk – the powerful hospital anaesthetic propofol during his last moments, his jailed doctor revealed in a TV documentary. Conrad Murray refused to give evidence at his trial to explain how Jackson died, but reveal the King of Pop’s final words
Michael Jackson was of epic phenomenon along his decades of singing. The King Of Pop broke records, sold a vast of recordings, and won multiple awards. However, when he started singing, he was a brown-skin, but he later morphed into light skin. His skin turned to light tone in the mid-1980s. The gradually changing skin color did attract the attention of the media. It was claimed that it was a result of bleaching. To others, it was controversial. The King Of Pop was diagnosed with vitiligo after his dermatologist,