In the previous blog entry I talked about Jason Pfeiffer and his claim of being Michael Jackson's boyfriend and lover. In this blog entry I'm going to talk about what many others have stated about Michael Jackson before and after his untimely death.
It would seem through my research that Jason Pfeiffer wasn't the only one busy selling what they wrote after Michael's passing. The next person to sell a book about Michael Jackson claiming all sorts of indiscretions by Jackson was author Ian Halperin in the book: "Unmasked: The Final Years of Michael Jackson", which once again as stated was published after Michael death on July 14, 2009.
Mr. Halperin also went on to claim that Michael Jackson was gay. Halperin stated that he had seen pictures of Michael dressed in drag with gay men at clubs, although he claimed that Michael was recognizable. In his book he never showed us, or for that matter the news media any pictures of him dressed this way. Mr. Halperin stated he went undercover as a gay hairdresser to try to meet Michael, although he never stated when or at what location he ever visited. He never stated he was ever able to apprehend Michael Jackson in the actual act of trying to pick up men. Basically, this book is yet another unauthorized publication containing a lot of innuendo and speculation where Michael Jackson once again cannot defend himself against.
Then there is journalist, Martin Bashir. Although, I have yet to really address this man in a blog entry I felt it was important that I at least say something here about him in regards to Michael Jackson's sexuality.
If you are not familiar with Martin Bashir as of yet, he was a journalist that did a documentary on Michael Jackson titled: "Living with Michael Jackson", which caused quite a stir. In this documentary Mr. Bashir asked Michael if he was gay. Michael told Bashir that if he would turn his cameras off he would be more than happy to answer the question. What we saw was Martin Bashir in the documentary saying that Michael didn't want to answer on camera because he didn't want the world to know he was gay. But, what actually happened was Michael relayed a story to a Corey Rooney, former executive of Sony Music that he had told Martin Bashir that he wasn't gay, but that he didn't want to offend anyone, because he knew he had fans that were, and if it made them feel better to think that he was gay then it was fine with him.
I will be discussing in a much later blog entry about the "Living with Michael Jackson" documentary and the fallout that Michael had to deal with at the hands of Martin Bashir. So hopefully you will continue to be a continual reader of this blog. If you have not become a follower of this blog, you might just want to become one. This way when this entry does come up you won't miss it.
Now, let's discuss the other side of the coin. One of Michael Jackson's former bodyguards, Matt Fiddes gave an interview after Michael's death talking about a special woman that was in Michael's life. (CLICK HERE) to view video interview.
To end this blog entry I decided to let Michael Jackson and several other people closest to Jackson tell you. (CLICK HERE) to view video.
One last thing, Michael Jackson was an incredible entertainer, and personally his personal life should have never played into any of this. Why it did I can't answer. The one thing I do know is that innuendos and speculation sells. Michael even wrote a song about it called "Tabloid Junkie. (CLICK HERE to listen to song).