Sia Voices Support For Alleged Michael Jackson Victims After 'Leaving Neverland'

Tonya Brewer


Sia came out in public support of Michael Jackson’s alleged victims, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, on Tuesday (March 5) after the release of the four-hour Leaving Neverland documentary.  

“Dear Wade and James, I believe you and I love you. Keep going #AfterNeverland,” the pop star tweeted, also tagging British child exploitation activist Stinson Hunter in the post.  

The bombshell two-part HBO documentary, which details the two men’s claims that Jackson sexually abused them for years as children at his Neverland Ranch in California, has been met with a deeply divided reaction from the public. Many celebrities and fans have rallied behind the alleged victims in the aftermath of the film’s release, while Jackson’s family and other supporters have ardently defended the late King of Pop’s innocence.  

Meanwhile, multiple radio stations in New Zealand and Quebec have dropped Jackson’s iconic discography from their rotations following the public backlash.

See the full tweet by Sia below.   


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