Michael Jackson had something in his secret will that he always wanted

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Michael Jackson is one of the most significant personalities of the 20th Century. His voice and style have inspired various artists for a different genre. Alongside being the King of Pop, Michael has been a great dancer and entertainer of all time.

He was the eighth of ten children in the Jackson family, living in a two-bedroom house on Jackson Street. Michael grows up to become of the bestselling music artist in the world, with estimated sales of over 350 million records worldwide. “Thriller” is one of his bestselling albums of all time.

Recently, it became a big ban on Hollywood news when Michael Jackson former publicist and manager revealed that the greatest entertainer had a hidden will that was never executed. It made everyone curious about the inheritance of the singer’s will after his unexpected death in 2009.

Michael Jackson death

Michael Jackson would be celebrating his 62nd if he was alive today, but unfortunately, we lost him on August 25, 2009. Michael Jackson has been a victim since his death and now it’s time to stop. We should work on to morally preserve and respect the Michael legacy.  

The official cause of his death was due to acute propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication. Jackson was preparing for his performance at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles and even rehearsed for it the following night, the next morning he was found not breathing in his room.

King of Pop unexpectedly died in 2009

When Michael Jackson unexpectedly died in 2009, he was under financial disarray, having a debt of more than $400 million. He began to lose his money after he got into lawsuits. His reputation was with his estate, which continued to make hundreds of million even after his death. It is estimated to have earned more than 2 billion dollars, making him one of the highest-earning death celebrities. 

Raymone Bain — Michael Jackson’s former spokesperson

Raymone being the Michael Jackson former, publicist held four powers of attorney, which includes several bank accounts and Neverland Ranch. He announced Jackson has a will that dates back to 2006, which maintains and preserves its legacy.

Raymone accepted that he didn’t know where that will was, neither did he had it, though he would look out for his best to find it. He also exclaimed that he would be glad if Donald Triumph helped him find his 2006 will.

Enforcement of will July 7, 2002, after Michael death

The report analysis issued after his death on August 25, 2009, enforced the acceptance of the will, dated July 7, 2002. It emerged in the will that the singer has mention co-executors for the estate. Accordingly, two co-executors were granted control of the estate since his death. 

Michael Jackson’s mother Katherine received 40 percent of the estate. Yet, the same amount (40 percent) was divided amongst his three children namely, Prince, Paris, and Blanket. The remaining rest of the 20 percent was placed on the name of children charity.

As mentioned in the will, Katherine was made the legal guardian of all of his three children. The duty to take care was then passed on to Diana Ross when Katherine would be unable to perform her duty.

Michael’s father Joe had no consideration in the will. Moreover, his siblings and his former wife, Deborah Jean Rowe Jackson, the mother of his two eldest children, Prince Michael and Paris, were also left out from the will.



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