Janet Believes Michael Jackson’s Music will be ‘Eternal’
The younger brother of the late Michael Jackson, Janet, was convinced that the remains and music of his brother would not be lost in time even though a decade of King of Pop had left.
“That will continue,” Janet Jackson said when interviewed by The Sunday Times, quoted by Entertainment Tonight.
“I like it when I see children imitating themselves, when adults still hear the music. It only makes you know the impact of my family on the world,” he continued.
Michael Jackson who was born on August 29, 1958 passed away on June 25, 2009 due to drug poisoning which had been prescribed by his personal doctor, Conrad Murray.
The autopsy found that Jackson’s body contained high doses of the drug, with the most dominant being propofol which included the anesthetic and lorazepam categories which included sedatives.
Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson / 1993. (SCOTT FLYNN / AFP)
The news of Jackson’s death shocked the world, especially at that time he was preparing to undergo a concert back to the world of music after suffering various problems, including a scandal of abuse of children.
“I hope I don’t sound arrogant, in any way, I just say it. It’s all His will, and I can only thank you for that,” Janet said, quoted from ET.
But ahead of the departure of Michael Jackson, the family and fans were disturbed by the release of the Leaving Neverland documentary.
The documentary contained the testimony of two men who claimed to be survivors of sexual abuse while still children by Michael Jackson. The incident occurred called when both stayed at the Jackson residence called Neverland.
The impact of the documentary release spread. Many radios are reluctant to return to playing Michael Jackson’s songs, until a number of museums drop the King of Pop collection from their storefronts.
For the documentary and its impact, Janet Jackson was reluctant to give a specific response to The Sunday Times. Jackson’s own family has denied the documentary and called it “an effort to find sensations and money for humans who have died”.