With the dust settling after allegations of child molestation were made against Michael Jackson in HBO’s Leaving Neverland documentary last week, many artists have given their opinion about the highly charged accusations. The Game became the latest to do so on Tuesday (March 12), as the Compton rapper defended MJ’s legacy in an Instagram post.
“Let The King Rest,” he wrote, along with a middle-finger emoji. The photo features the King of Pop with his mouth covered and a couple of strong messages that read “Innocent” and “Facts don’t lie, People do.” Game also changed his IG profile picture to the graphic used in support of Jackson.
Juice WRLD took to Twitter on Suday to share his thoughts on the late pop star’s legacy as well. “Rip to the legend Michael Jackson let the legend rest and his legacy stand,” the Chicago native wrote. In wake of the controversial doc’s airing, Jackson’s music catalog has seen a bump in sales and streams.
See The Game’s post below.