If we talk about the age of 1980 to 2001, then we have to say that Michael Jackson was climbing like a star. From the best-selling album,”Thriller” to his last hit album,”Invincible”, he made another image that only he was capable to compete with. In his stardom, all that the world could see the person, who was the best entertainer on the planet but nobody could see the person off point. He was fighting the Media-persons and the’Michael Jackson-haters’ alone. But, the most surprising thing is that, after all the false allegations and the litigations, he managed to keep that grin on his face.
Today, the world says that Michael Jackson lived a royal life, had an excellent quantity of money and was so perfect and happy that he could get whatever he wanted. The world needs to know that behind that limelight, there was this person who was completely different from what he was represented by the Media.
“Stranger in Moscow”, the song that was released during the”History” Era, materializes his inner desolation and the feeling of being totally lonely and deceived by his trusted ones.
“Hope is such a beautiful word, but it often seems very fragile. Life is still being hurt and destroyed”, depicts the degree of discouragement he carried with him.
During his interview with the Rabbi Shmuley, who worked with Michael on the”Heal The Kids” charitable initiative, Michael himself said,”Whenever I walk on the road at night, I see folks staring at me and at that time I desperately need to ask them if they want to be my friend”. When Rabbi Shmuley was asked about Michael, he said, “the singer was a tortured soul”.
Certainly, he was very lonely and after being humiliated by the tabloids and the paparazzi for years, desperately trying to find the common people to become his friends. Behind that gorgeous smile, he always tried to hide his pain, tears, anguish, tribulation and the anger to the Media.
Dick also said that he advised Michael to be with his family as being alone could be very risky for him. He told him that the people he trusted had double-crossed him.
If we talk about Jorden Chandler, the boy who made the allegations of Sexual Molestation against Michael in 1993, then what do we conclude? The conclusion is that Michael trusted the boy and his loved ones and let them enter his royal home called”The NeverLand”. The key thing that we need to understand here is that, How can they return the favour? Well, here comes an example of how his isolation and solitude became his own enemy.
If we speak about his marital life, then in this chapter also, Michael does not seem that much lucky. When he got married to Lisa Marrie Presley, the only daughter of Alvis Presley, he shocked the world and was very happy as can be seen in his movies and the interview with the Primetime in 1995. But this marriage did not last long and in 1996 they got divorced. Again, the wheel of life came back to where it began revolving from. He was devastated but somehow showed the world his grin, proving just how much more powerful by heart he was.
“In his final days, Michael Jackson was paranoid, lonely and devastated by the Child Molestation and Sexual Abuse”, said by his personal Ex. Body Piercing, Bill Whitfield and Javon Beard in their publication,”Remember The Time: Protecting Michael Jackson In His Last Days”.
It would be no surprise to say that Michael Jackson wasn’t killed by the wrong government of the Drug named Propofol but, it would be justified enough to say it was the Media and the Tabloids that defiled his innocent and pure image, that killed him of course! The menacing Loneliness which was with him from the day he reached the pinnacle of the Success to the day he passed away mysteriously, leaving all his fans, all over the world in utter Grief and Wonder.