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Friday, 26 June 2009


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he was beyond huge!


Today was really a bad day for the entertainment industry. Farah Fawcett and now Jackson. R.I.P
My heart goes out to his very young kids.

What I really want to know is how he went from being a black boy with authentic nappy afro to a paled-skin white man.


The overwhelming global cult of celebrity and wealth could bend a person who never had the chance to grow up properly. It could warp anybody for that matter. Even the most Africanist person forgives that skin color transgression because Michael was not mean or arrogant but quite a sweet person who lived as if on a different planet, a real genius.

Ras Tuge

Like the legendary Robert Nesta Marley, and the volatile Reggae emperor Winston Hubert McIntosh, Michael Jackson touched many the world over. I hope you guys create some wonderful music up there. I shan't mourn you Michael, rather i shall celebrate your idiosyncratic style, your mesmerizing grace, your charismatic elegance, and ofcourse your unprecedented meekness. Jah said; the humbleth and the meeketh shall prevail.

Have a good sleep man!



have you forgotten that your precious Jah is a "black God"? how can a white man then ascend into JAH's heaven? or are you saying that the supreme God who controls all the universe is black and all good people of every race will ascend into his kingdom when they die? SMH. Religious fanaticism can make even the brightest people reason like a chicken.

Ras Tuge

Superficial Bloodclaat, isn't it funny how you run your nasty chatty chatty mouth in favour of batty boys shagging each other, and yet you can't realise that Michael's colour has nothing to do with his genius and everlasting legacy? Speaking of tolerance! Rasclaat back-stabber, there's no need to waste time on a baldhead like you. I urge everybody to ignore and chant down this compulsive hypocrite. Our God is black!

michael njei

Hi Mike
You lived your time on earth. Rest in Peace.

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