Friday, June 4, 2010

“What Really Happened to Michael Jackson, the King of Pop,”


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New Tell All Book, “What Really Happened to Michael Jackson, the King of Pop,”
Now Available for Pre-Order

Michael Jackson Book,What really happened to Michael Jackson

Written by legendary concert promoter and close friend to Michael Jackson, Leonard Rowe, this controversial book connects greed, corruption and the underhanded dealings of the entertainment industry to the events that lead up to Michael’s unfortunate and untimely death.

In the book, Rowe – who was with Michael several days before he passed – writes that he believes there was a conspiracy behind the murder of Michael Jackson.
Referring to Michael Jackson’s fifty percent ownership of the entire
Sony catalogue, which is now worth billions of dollars. He says that
Michael told him, “They want my catalogue (music publishing rights)
Rowe, and they will kill me for it.”

“Michael never wanted to sell it (the catalogue); he wanted to keep it for his children,” Rowe writes in the book. “...Michael Jackson
name and his brand are worth billions and billions of dollars, and he is
worth more to them dead than alive.”

Rowe writes that with Michael Jackson dead the powers that be – and he names names – were able to move in and control the wealth with
the help of a “phony and fradulent” Last Will and Testament.

Rowe further states that they are trying to keep him quiet by slandering his name in an effort to divert attention from the truth. But, he is telling it all in
this new book, What Really Happened to Michael Jackson, the King of Pop.

“Michael was a dear friend of mine and it is not right for his life to have been taken the way it was,” said Rowe. “Now finally on the anniversary of his death,
the truth about what really happened to Michael Jackson will be told.”

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About Leonard Rowe
Legendary concert promoter and close friend to Michael Jackson, Leonard Rowe, began
working with Michael and the Jackson Family in 1979-80. He is the first
and only African American concert promoter to organize and promote an
international concert tour with Michael Jackson and “The Jacksons. The
tour, “Off the Wall,” was extremely successful and catapulted Michael’s
solo career. Rowe has continued his relationship with the Jackson family for the past 30-plus years.

Leonard Rowe,Book author,music promoter

Rowe, who was with Michael a few days before his death, was hired by Michael Jackson to oversee his business and financcial affairs during the scheduled London concert tour, “This Is It.”

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Thursday, June 3, 2010

Rue McClanahan Dies after Massive stroke.


We watch Golden Girls almost every night. Rue McClanahan became a part of everyone's lives, when they switched her on as Blanche Devereaux night after night. She taught the young and old alike, that women are still women even after menopause. She gave older ones a giggle as they considered her characters alleged lifestyle. I use the words alleged lifestyle since at various times throughout the series she lets us know that she sometimes spices the truth a little.

The 76 year old, Southern Belle Diva, died early this morning, 1:00am at New York-Presbyterian Hospital after suffering a massive stroke. Rue McClanahan was a true survivor, first when she overcame breast cancer, and again when she suffered a minor stroke after heart bypass surgery. She finally succumbed after experiencing a major cerebral hemorrhage May 31. Her manager, Barbara Lawrence, tells PEOPLE at the time of her death Thursday, McClanahan "had her family with her. She went in peace."

Friends such as Betty White were quick to react stating "Rue was a close and dear friend." Also twittering their regrets were collaborator Marc Cherry, who said in a statement to Access. "Rue's kindness, generosity and enormous talent will be sorely missed." Other tweeters include such notables as Larry King, Jason Dottley, Rose McGowan, Marlee Matlin, Mandy Moore, and Jay Manuel.

Bea Arthur, Betty White and Rue McClanahan talk about the DVD release of their hit series, “The Golden Girls,” and how they clearly remember what it was like shooting the pilot 19-years before.

Remembering Rue McClanahan"


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