My first album(and yes I mean album) was Thriller, and over 66 million other people bought it too. I've always been a fan of Michael Jackson's music, although I never totally got into the image, although I did own that leather jacket from the Beat It video. I watched "Leaving Neverland" and had a sick feeling in my stomach.  Although I had read or watched other things about Michael Jackson, this documentary just made me feel different.

After "Leaving Neverland" aired on HBO, social media and really the world has been talking about it.  Some people are shocked while others aren't really surprised.  Didn't we already know most of this stuff?  The allegations are very disturbing and in 2019, we don't have much tolerance for people who are predators, so what do we do about Michael Jackson and his music?

Just recently, the Oregon Museum of Science cancelled a laser show with his music and radio stations from Canada to New Zealand are banning his music.  What should stations in the US do?  Should we keep playing his music, to maybe spark a discussion or should we stop playing his music to support the alleged victims?

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