With nearly every male, so it seems, being brought into this whole #MeToo scandal, Michael Jackson couldn’t escape it. Even in his death, he saw himself the subject of a major documentary. The “Surviving R. Kelly” docuseries inspired HBO’s “Leaving Neverland.”
Wade Robson, who originally testified, on the singer’s behalf, in 1993, resurfaced. Well over twenty years, after Jackson settled that lawsuit, for $20 million, Robson is now accusing him. Many were upset over that, plus Jackson died ten years ago.
Oprah, for her part, did a 1993 interview with Michael Jackson that cast a light on him, which some believe led to the accusations. All these years later, she came forward to interview Wade Robson and also the other accuser, James Safechuck. Now, there is a man on Twitter who has said Oprah is now removing her interviews with those men.
Read the tweet below:
Watch Oprah’s interview clip with Wade Robson and James Safechuck via HBO below:
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