Micheal Jackson’s statue removes from Britain’s National Football Museum

No doubt, #MichealJackson remains the king of pop, he is one of the greatest minds in music industry, he started dancing on television at the age of five, first to sell 72 million copies of his music within six months.

Micheal Jackson has made tremendous in music industry, he took over from James Brown and become role model to many artists in many nations, for British National football to remove his statue, lets what happened.

A statue of Michael Jackson has been removed from Britain’s National Football Museum in the wake of fresh allegations of sexual abuse that continue to surround the pop superstar’s legacy.

Wade Robson and James Safechuck accused Jackson of sexually abusing them over a period of several years when they were children in a four-hour documentary “Leaving Neverland,” the first part of which aired in the UK on Wednesday.

Jackson’s family has pushed back against the film, calling it a “public lynching.” The musician’s estate is suing HBO, which co-produced the documentary. HBO shares its parent company, WarnerMedia, with CNN.

The soccer museum in Manchester, England, has displayed the statue since 2014 but removed it from display this week. The plaster and resin artwork was initially unveiled in 2011 at Fulham’s Craven Cottage stadium by the club’s then-owner Mohamed Al Fayed, who was friends with the singer.

Jackson visited the west London ground as a guest of Al Fayed in 1999, watching Fulham play a second-tier match against Wigan Athletic.

A spokeswoman for the museum said: “The National Football Museum has made a number of changes to its exhibitions and the objects on display over the last few months. “As part of our ongoing plans to better represent the stories we want to tell, we have made a decision to remove the Michael Jackson statue from display.”

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