Dancehall entertainers Bounty Killer and Vybz Kartel are offering their support for Michael Jackson.
The late King of Pop is currently under fire after HBO aired a “Leaving Neverland” documentary in which two men claim they were sexually abused by Michael Jackson when they were younger.
Since then at least three radio stations have stopped playing Michael Jackson songs. The producers of “The Simpsons” are removing a classic episode that featured the voice of MJ.
However despite the backlash, Bounty Killer took to his Instagram last week defending Michael Jackson’s legacy.
In a lengthy post, the ‘War Lord’ wrote, “Salute to the greatest artiste of all generation 750,000,000 albums sold donated over 300,000,000 to charities worldwide Thriller is the biggest selling album of all times over 100,000,000 copies sold.
“THEY DRAGGED HIM FROM NEVERLAND TO NETHERLANDS ON 14 COUNTS OF CHILD ABUSE AND HE WALKED AWAY FREE IF HE WAS GUILTY ON ONE COUNT Y’ALL THINK HE ‘D WALK FREE,” Bounty Killer continued.
“Move unuh duty blooodclaath KKK unuh cyaah smear black history this not R Kelly this is the King of Pop Music MICHEAL JACSON Call him weirdo call him crazy call him whatever but he is no child molester they couldn’t prove it in life why now in death make him Rest In Peace once and for all Black Excellency💪🏿 ALSO WE NOT DEFENDING MJ BCUZ HE’S DEAD WE DEFENDING HIS GREAT MUSICAL LEGACY!.”
Vybz Kartel also posted a video of Robin Roberts reporting on Michael Jackson case. “Nobody cares about the #TRUTH when the #ACCUSATION IS MORE #ENTERTAINING.”