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I'll never forget it, one day he said, "If you guys ever stop singing, I'll drop you like a hot potato. Did you get the feeling there's something odd here? She comes up to me she goes, "Will you dance with me? They tried their hardest.
And though Jackson was ultimately vindicated after a week trial, the charges would forever tarnish Jackson's name. Here, Jackson talks openly about his oddest -- and saddest -- habits. Like breaking the door down. I've wanr it with my brothers.
During the nine-month period when the tapes were made, the rabbi says he and Jackson were so close, he considered him part of the family. Michael Jackson's womn leave us clues, but like other tragic icons before him, questions will linger for years about the broken soul behind the mask. He'd throw you and hit you as hard as he can. It's impossible.
That was very painful for him. And as Michael describes to the rabbi, they were beatings that sometimes got brutal. Rabbi Shmuley: A world renowned superstar invites the public into the pain of his childhood, so wat parents would learn from that they will now truly understand the horrors that were visited on him. Rabbi Shmuley: He lost the will to live.
Why didn't you that contract today? People loved their music, but they didn't get adulation, they didn't get crying. Because it reflects how I was treated when I was little.
Michael Jackson: I'm scared of my father to this day. Was I gonna applaud as he slowly self-immolated? Because when you are the top-selling artist of all Jacoson, the records that are Hpt, they wait. A study published this summer included robust evidence for how physical distancing, and not sharing your air with other people have helped to prevent and slow the spreading of the coronavirus.
They saved me, Shmuley. Michael Jackson: A black man driving a Rolls Royce, you know.
Meredith Vieira: He says children have literally saved his life. Whether it was a true rivalry or not, Jackson does paint Madonna as envious aJckson he talks about jealousy in Hollywood. And I've seen children just shower all over me with love. Rabbi Shmuley: He wanted to have an ordinary life.
Like everybody. In addition to accusing the press of racism, Jackson divulges painful stories about the ugly overtones of race that hovered over his family, long after he became a superstar.
Rabbi Shmuley: Do you want to have a long life? That's what he wanted. Still, the rabbi was devastated, when at age 50, Michael Jackson did suddenly die. Rabbi Shmuley: Why don't you hang out with those celebrities, more Hollywood people?
Meredith Vieira: He always talks about how brilliant his dad was. This book earned a modest wwant. You're gonna kill 'em. God knows I'm telling the truth.
Michael Jackson: Going to my shows, it's like a religious experience, because you come out, you go in one person, you come out a different person. It felt like he was looking for a friend more than a romance and I was happy to oblige him. Meredith Vieira: Does this ring true to you, does it make sense to you? And he said he has relived that moment almost every day of his life. And I, and I hated him for it, hated him.
That's probably why I had, uh, the mannequins, I would say. But that's what they were. Hate to say that on tape.
Rabbi Shmuley: You really think you could have gotten through to Hitler? Rabbi Shmuley: What's not important, as far as Michael is concerned, is whether or not these allegations are true, they may not be true, but Michael certainly perceived them to be true.