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Michael Jackson’s LIFE and DEATH following Elvis Presley EXAMPLE

Not since the death of Elvis Presley on August 16, 1977 has a death if a musical legend touched so many people until today.  Michael Jackson was pronounced dead today at age at age 50. 

Like Elvis, ( The King of Rock ) and Michael’s former father-in-law, Michael Jackson, ( The King of Pop ) seems to be following in his famous ex-father-in-law’s footsteps in more ways than one, or even two.  Not only were these the most famous two people that have ever lived but they both, at least for a while, also loved Lisa Marie, Elvis’s daughter.   It seems, however, they  may have one other thing in common.  Long time family friend, Brian Oxman, speculates that the King of Pop’s death may have also have been been drug related as was this ex-father-in-laws. 

The family friend was very adimate during his press release about the Jackson’s drug usage and warnings he had given to the family, describing the people around him as “empowering his addiction”. 

Of course no facts will be known until the results of the autopsy are released.

Ron Weisner, producer of the BET Awards (8 p.m. live ET Sunday), says the show is being overhauled to include an opening tribute to Jackson that will include surprise guests, reports USA TODAY’s Edna Gundersen

 

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June 26, 2009 - Posted by | Celebrity Gossip, Michael Jackson | , , , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Elvis is and American Icon, rags to riches story he has been dead over 30 years yet we still read about him see his pictures everywhere. Sorry MJ fans there is only 1 King and he didn’t die a week ago it has been over 30 years since Elvis left the building.

    Comment by Harold Smithers | July 8, 2009 | Reply


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