New York Times Dissecting Jackson’s Alleged Finances without Full Story – MB#307

New York Times Dissecting Jackson’s Alleged Finances without Full Story – MB#307

MAY 13 2006 – When in hell did the amount of money Michael Jackson has in his pockets become a subject of superficial and allegedly in-depth discussion worthy of attention from the New York Times?

According to an article in the New York Times, carried by the International Herald Tribune, the media entity is trying to cover a story for which they can only get one side. Jackson obviously isn’t sharing any of his financial information with them, nor should he.

What’s incredibly lame about this latest round of regurgitated assumptions is that the NYT has chosen to cover it when lesser-respected news outlets have already covered and re-covered….and re-covered it. Instead, they choose to focus on the speculation-laden details from “sources” and the sensationalized wishes of those who would like to see Jackson’s financial downfall come to pass. I’m shocked! Not.

Jackson Releases Statement Abt. GQ

Well, it seems as if the fake Michael Jackson photographs in GQ magazine’s May 2006 issue has drawn the attention of not only various news sites, but also the King of Pop himself. Today, Jackson’s spokesperson, Raymone Bain, released a statement concerning the photographs: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 5, 2006 Continue Reading