Will You Stop Listening to Michael Jackson's Music After 'Leaving Neverland' Accusations?

Michael Jackson
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Michael Jackson performs during "Victory Tour" in July 1984.

The HBO documentary Leaving Neverland -- which aired its second and final part on Monday night (March 4) -- has prompted a lot of discussion about Michael Jackson's life and legacy after the two men featured in the movie accuse the pop star of molesting them when they were boys in graphic detail.   

While there's a lot to unravel over four hours of painful storytelling, one thing that's still materializing is whether Jackson's heretofore inescapable musical catalog will still be as widely played and beloved as it once was. That choice currently lies in the hands of music programmers across the world -- whether that means a radio program director or a Spotify playlist creator -- but it also lies in the listening habits of music fans everywhere. 

So where do you fall: Will you continue to listen to Michael Jackson's music following the Leaving Neverland allegations, or will you try to cut the self-proclaimed King of Pop out of your airwaves? Or are you still processing the film's revelations and undecided about MJ's music? Vote below.  



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