Jackson, Sharpton at Funeral Services for James Brown

Michael Jackson was among thousands of people who showed their respect for the Godfather of Soul, James Brown, today at public funeral services. The Rev. Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Michael Jackson and Brown’s manager all spoke about their feelings towards the life of James Brown.

The King of Pop told the people in attendance:

Hello. What I’m gonna say is brief but to the point. James Brown is my greatest inspiration. Every since I was a small child not more than like 6 years old my mother would wake me no matter what time it was – if I was sleeping no matter what I was doing – to watch the television to see the master at work. And when I saw him move, I was mesmerized. I’ve never seen a performer perform like James Brown. And right then and there, I knew that that was exactly what I wanted to do for the rest of my life because of James Brown. I love you [i](to the crowd)[/i]. James Brown, I shall miss you and I love you so much and thank you for everything. God bless you. And I love you [i](pointing to crowd of people)[/i].

Countdown begins to ‘Magic and Music’ spectacular

MJEOL NOTE: As with anything, always read news reports which claim to foretell Jackson’s furture plans with a grain of salt. Some of the information in this article should be considered unconfirmed speculation until confirmed by Jackson or Raymone Bain.

[b]Countdown begins to ‘Magic and Music’ spectacular[/b] Pop superstar Michael Jackson has arrived in Las Vegas in preparation for his sensational comeback. Last month Pop Revenge broke the world exclusive story that Jackson has been planning a ‘Magic and Music Spectacular’ with David Blaine. We can now confirm the event will take place in Las Vegas and famous deal maker Jack Wishna has been instrumental in securing the deal.

Press Release: Japan Trip & Fan Appreciation Day

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 14, 2006 Michael Jackson and Broderick Morris, CEO, Positive Productions Announce Date Change and an Additional “Fan Appreciation Day.” Tokyo, Japan — Pop star Michael Jackson and Broderick Morris, CEO, Positive Productions, have mutually agreed today to postpone the Tokyo Christmas Celebration, planned for December 19, 2006, at the Tokyo Studio Coast, to March 2007. Both men agreed to the change in order to add a second separate event, a “Fan Appreciation Day,” on March 9, 2007, for Japanese fans, and fans in other parts of the world who wish to attend, noted Morris, who added that they selected the March 9th date because it is referred to in Japan as San Ku, which means, “Thank You.” The Corporate VIP Event, which Mr. Jackson will

Many Kapon Claims Tossed Out of Court – MB#321

Many Kapon Claims Tossed Out of Court – MB#321 Dec 8 2006 – A Judge in Los Angeles has thrown out many of the mind-boggling allegations leveled in a lawsuit filed by 21 year old Daniel Kapon against Michael Jackson, according to E! Online. Allegations tossed out included those involving child molestation, fraud, conversion, breach of contract, plagiarism, civil conspiracy, unfair business practices, negligence, and accounting fraud. Judging by the generally absurd allegations, some have said the entire lawsuit should have been thrown out. One wonders whether those observers would be more set in their views had they known that these same allegations were investigated and not pursued by at least one (maybe more) police force years ago.