Brother Tito Says It's 'so Unfair' to Mute Michael Jackson Based Only on the Words of His Accusers
Tito Jackson has spoken up about the recent sexual and child abuse allegations faced by his late brother, Michael Jackson, saying it's "unfair" to suddenly mute him because of the words of his accusers.
Tito Jackson is just one of the few members of the Jackson household to speak up about the controversial HBO documentary "Leaving Neverland," which paints a horrible photo of the King of Pop as a child sexual abuser.
After arriving at Tom Bradly International Airport last Thursday, he spoke to reporters about how he felt about the whole ordeal, calling out Wade Robson, who detailed the years of sexual abuse they experienced while at the Jackson Neverland Ranch. Together with Robson was James Safechuck, who also detailed the sexual advances that the late singer in the documentary.
According to Tito, Wade's story should not be enough for people to treat his brother like an outcast. His statement comes after people have decided to boycott Michael Jackson's songs to show support for his victims.
PARIS JACKSON SPEAKS UP
While Tito spoke up at his own free will, Michael's only daughter Paris had to speak up after numerous articles revealed that she "released an official statement" about the documentary, when she didn't.
On her Twitter account, she said that while she recognizes the fake articles weren't "disgusting and attacking," she says that people are diving way too deep in her personal life, making it clear that she hasn't released a statement about the controversial documentary.
"I actually haven’t made any statements yet, especially regarding how it affects my work life. You guys are reaching a bit. At least this wasn’t a disgusting and attacking article though."
Paris also slammed rumors of her suicidal tendencies because of the documentary, calling them all lies.
i am defending him, in my own way. you’re a really smart guyyyyyyyy— PK (@ParisJackson) March 16, 2019
Lastly, she revealed that while she has not publicly spoken up about "Leaving Neverland," she has been defending her dad in her own ways.