Oh Boy: Oprah Winfrey Expects Major Backlash Over Her Michael Jackson Special
Oprah Winfrey Says She Knows She Will Get Major Backlash Over Michael Jackson Special Oprah Winfrey already familiar that she’s going to be sparking some cont*ove’rs’y with her new special later Neverland, an interview with the 2 men who have charged Michael Jackson
of se*u’al’ly ab*si’n’g them when they were young. The program is prepared to air on Monday, March 4th. Jackson ac*users, Wade Robson and James Safechuck and Winfrey was joined on stage by the 2 men also with the director Dan Reed for a talk that was so much of emotions.“I’m gonna get it,” the conversation show host pred’ict’ed during a taping of the broadcast on Wednesday. But, Oprah feud, with the issue of ab*se is too essential to remain silent no tr’ouble how much her program an’ge’rs the “gloved one’s” fans.
“This film transcends Michael Jackson,” she said an audience of over 100 ab*se su*vivors. “It permits us to see societal corruption.” Winfrey made it understandable that she discovers the men’s assertions credible, but the Jackson estate has pushed back aggre’ssively over Robson and Safechuck,dismissing them as “opportunists” and “perjurers.” Both Robson and Safechuck told it took them years to come to grips with what took place to them as kids. Robson suffered 2 nervous breakdowns and Safechuck had insomnia and depression. And yet their feelings toward Jackson are so hard.
They remain admire his music and Safechuck, who looked like to be the more vulnerable of the two men, still grapples with g*ilt later going public with his asserts. Before going public with his ab*se asserts in 2013, Robson was familiar for
being one of Jackson’s most avid defenders, denying the pop star had ever behaved inappropriately while serving as a key defense prosecutor in the pop star’s 2005 kid m*lestat*on tri*l.