Radio Stations Worldwide Have Stopped Playing Michael Jackson’s Music

After the HBO documentary Leaving Neverland, which debuted on March 3 it paints legendary singer Michael Jackson as a child abuser.

This resulted in some radio stations around the world to boycott the Pop King’s Music.

Three stations in Canada have made the decision to pull songs like ‘Beat It’, ‘Wanna Be Starting Something’, ‘Thriller’ and ‘Billie Jean’ (just to name a few) from their repertoire. According to Christine Dicaire, a spokeswoman for Cogeco (A Canadian telecommunications and media company), says the move was made based off of listener requests.

A similar decision has been made in New Zealand, with any station owned by MediaWorks and New Zealand Media Entertainment now banned from playing tracks from the King of Pop.

One of the shocking claims made in the Leaving Neverland documentary was that Jackson married one of the boys who’s accused him of abuse.

James Safechuck says he was just 10 years old when he married the King of Pop – then 30 – in a ceremony in the singer’s bedroom and says he still has the jewelry to prove it.

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