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You won’t believe how much money Michael Jackson gave to charity!

July 3, 2015 • By

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Michael Jackson is a true humanitarian, an example to us all. He has devoted much time and money to a wide range of charities. He loves children and takes time out when touring secretly visting sick children. He also has special rooms at his home Neverland for sick and terminally ill children to stay over. He was listed in the 2000 edition of the Guiness Book Of World Records for breaking the world record for the “Most Charities Supported By a Pop Star”. It states that Michael Jackson has supported 39 charity organizations either with monetary donations through sponsorships of their projects or by participating in their silent auction.

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These Photos of Michael Jackson From the 70s Have Never Been Published Before

July 3, 2015 • By

“Even the Jacksons have never seen these photos”

“There are a lot of pictures I never published because they’re for me, [they’re] something personal, something I’m attached to,” Alix Dejean tells TIME.

The Haitian-born photographer, who has been a fixture in New York City’s music scene for more decades than he wants you to know, began photographing the Jackson family in the mid-1970s, at a time when the Jacksonmania was in full swing and when Michael Jackson was starting his solo career. Dejean, who was already well-known for photographing the likes of Stevie Wonder and Aretha Franklin, swiftly developed a relationship with the Jackson family after being introduced to Michael by Mamadou Johnny Sekka, director of Jackson 5 in Africa, at the film’s premiere.

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CharityStars to auction a signed Guitar by Michael Jackson!

July 3, 2015 • By

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CharityStars was conceived in order to raise funds and make a difference, all through a truly innovative and exciting approach.

CharityStars is auctioning a Signed Guitar by Michael Jackson and it is all for a good cause: A-Star Foundation!

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A-Star is the brainchild of Fitz Hall, Ken Bonsu and Ronnie Wilson and was set up with the aim of encouraging young people to express themselves in a positive manner and to make it possible to be around role models who do not glamorise crime, guns or drugs. With the death rate among teenagers increasing, the team wanted to do something.

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The Estate generated $2 Billion 6 years after Michael Jackson Passing.

July 1, 2015 • By

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TMZ has reported that the Estate has generated over $2 Billion since Michael passed away.

A Source close to the financials told TMZ that the Estate has grossed nearly $2 Billion from the movie “This is it”, the cirque du Soleil deal with Immortal WOrld Tour and over 50 million albums sold!

However it seems that the Estate will only see $800 million of those $2 Billion and before tax!

The source told TMZ that if the Estate was for closure today, each Michael Jackson children will receive a $100 million EACH!

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Tunisia attack: Watch holidaymakers and Tunisians sing Michael Jackson together in moving candlelit vigil!

June 29, 2015 • By

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British tourists and Tunisian residents joined together to sing Michael Jackson’s ‘Heal the World’ in a poignant tribute to the dead.

A tribute took place last night at a hotel complex near the scene of the terror attack as British holidaymakers formed a human circle and performed a moving tribute.

Brits and Tunisian locals came together on the beach where the tragedy unfolded to hold a candlelit vigil in support of the victims and to stand against the violence which took place.

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