Young Michael Jackson

The loss of the King of Pop – Michael Jackson

It’s a sad day for the millions of Michael Jackson fans, from all over the world.  At age 50, Michael Jackson went into cardiac arrest at a rental home in Los Angeles, California. He wasn’t breathing upon arrival of paramedics and was in a coma at the  hospital. He died shortly afterwards.

Say what you want about Michael and his issues with plastic surgery and alleged child molestation charges, Mr. Jackson is an Icon in the music industry and is responsible for the career advancement of many, and I mean many music artists, performers, choreographers from the 1980’s and beyond.  Michael Jackson changed the way things were done when it came to performing on stage and making music videos.  He came a long way from a traumatizing childhood to becoming the King of Pop.  It’s a shame that he wasn’t able to go through with his latest tour plans, but it seems it just wasn’t to be.

The image in this picture and the video below, is the Michael Jackson I want to remember.  Before all the public drama and plastic surgeries, when it was just the man, his dancing and his music.  When he unveiled the “Moonwalk” at the Motown Music Awards show in 1983 and just some of the many things I will remember forever.

He was a true star and will be mourned, missed and remembered.  My condolences to his family and friends.

Thank you Michael Jackson and Rest In Peace.

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