Michael Jackson Wanted To Be “Immortalized”!
The King of Pop – who died in June 2009 of a cardiac arrest – had been writing in a secret diary about being “the greatest ever.” Read on for more about Michael Jackson wanting to be Immortalized…
CelebNMusic247.com Michael Jackson revealed in his secret diary that he wanted to be remembered forever like Charlie Chaplin and Walt Disney.
Excerpts from ‘Bad: An Unprecedented Investigation into the Michael Jackson Cover-Up’, obtained by The Mirror newspaper, revealed the singer wanted to be “immortalized.”
Jackson who died at 50-years-old, revealed his plans to earn $20million a week before his passing, and was looking to do concerts with Cirque du Soleil concerts.
It also revealed signing a brand deal with Nike as well as starring in Hollywood films as well as the gigs at London’s O2 Arena.
Michael had big plans in the works, he went on in the diary:
If I don’t concentrate on film, no immortalization.
He also shared his concerns about his team of managers and other staff, as he revealed he was keen to sign his own checks over a significant figure.
I want to sign all checks over $5,000 now. Hire an accountant I trust now and lawyer. I want to meet him.
It seems as there was foul play in his death, but we all know that will always be denied.
Which brings us to Michael’s paranoia and being afraid of “evil people ¬everywhere.”
Michael knew they were out to get him. It was all about greed, not the singer.
I’m afraid someone is trying to kill me. Evil people ¬everywhere. They want to destroy me and take my publishing company. The system wants to kill me for my ¬catalogue … I’m not selling it.
Dylan Howard, the book’s author, and investigate journalist said:
While the facts of Michael’s demise don’t add up to suicide, they certainly reveal a ¬overburdened man who slowly killed himself through drug use. And those who surrounded him took advantage of his helplessness.
The doctor did it, he was paid to do it. (allegedly)