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Friday, November 11, 2005

Michael Jackson's father supports his Bahrain Move

Troubled superstar Michael Jackson's father Joseph supports his son's decision to set up home in Bahrain, because the patriarch was disgusted by the Thriller singer's treatment during his child molestation trial. The 47-year-old flew to Bahrain shortly after being acquitted of the charges levelled against him, and spent time there as a guest of the crown prince Sheik Salman Ibn Hamed Khalifa.

Jackson is now planning to sell his Neverland home in California, and make Bahrain his official headquarters.

His father says, "He'll come back to (America to) visit, but not to stay, not to live. They didn't treat him right here. I know if I was him, I wouldn't come back."

And Joseph has hinted Michael is considering a musical reunion with his brothers when he finishes work on his charity single which will feature a host of artists including R Kelly and Snoop Dogg.

He adds, "I'm trying to motivate (his brothers) to go ahead and do this record. They want to do it, but they're too slow. They'd rather do it with Michael."


Source: Monster & Critics


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