Jackson Pal: TV’s Webster Coined ‘Rubbaheads’ Monday, May 03, 2004 By Roger Friedman :ohmy Yesterday’s news reports about Michael Jackson’s unearthed personal belongings were long on innuendo and short on fact. They’d also been reported earlier in People and The National Enquirer, but that’s another story. Much has been made of some kind of secret club Jackson may have had called the “Rubbaheads,” which had typed rules and regulations. A note to other Rubbaheads was found in the Jackson family storage bin purchased by a man in New Jersey. There’s an implication that because Jackson called some boys “Rubbas,” it connotes any number of unseemly things. So, I asked one of the boys, now grown, about the alleged Rubbahead Club of 10 years ago, when all this happened. He says when he heard about all this a few weeks ago and again yesterday, he was stymied. “First of all, there was no Rubbahead Club. Rubba was a name Emmanuel Lewis, who played Webster, came up with. Everyone called everyone Rubba. It didn’t mean anything. What we did have was the Applehead Club, and that was from ‘The Three Stooges.’ Everyone was an Applehead because Michael loved ‘The Three Stooges.'” …… :nav [url=http://forum.mjeol.com/index.php?act=ST&f=3&t=16591]Read FULL Article[/url] (forum members) :3pinned [url=http://forum.mjeol.com/index.php?act=ST&f=3&t=16591]Your Comments?[/url] :lasta [url=http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,118795,00.html]Source[/url]

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