f7ollower wrote: »
Here's BET's MJ tribute
And it's good, IMO. Esp yung Smooth Criminal *okay* Mejo naiyak ako sa MITM.. Tsk
As far as Ive always known, my brother had more sex than I did with women
.He definitely wasnt gay. He was not a rugged, beer-slinging type of man. Michael wouldnt beat you up; he would beat you with his brain.
Tito from InTouch weekly
f7ollower wrote: »
Wake up people! LOL :love::love:
f7ollower wrote: »
OMFG did Tito really say this:?: Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah
SECONDS earlier, they had been excited about a trip to London to see their dad make the greatest pop comeback in years.
But as the clock struck 12.15pm on Thursday, June 25, last year, Michael Jackson's three children stood in horror as they witnessed their music-legend father's tragic death.
And the woman who was at their side during their dad's last moments - the family chef Kai Chase - has now told how she calmed them as they screamed in shock.
"It was as if a hammer had smashed the sun in and everything turned black," said Kai, 40, in her first-ever newspaper interview.
Paris and Prince had burst into their father's bedroom and witnessed Dr Conrad Murray performing emergency resuscitation on Jackson.
And in the 15 minutes between the children being ushered out and the paramedics' arrival, Kai shielded them from the scenes around them.
She recalled: "All three children ran to me, crying hysterically. Prince was shouting, 'Dad, Dad, what's wrong with my dad?' while Paris screamed, 'Daddy, Daddy, Daddy,' over and over.
"I clutched them to my chest and got them to hold hands with me in a circle. Then I said, 'Pray with me, all pray with me,' and we prayed aloud, asking God for a miracle.
"We said, 'Dear God, keep Daddy safe, make this okay.' But I knew - and I think they knew - that he was dead."
Kai, who still visits the Jackson children, worked as the family's personal chef in their rented Holmby Hills mansion in LA for four months before Jackson died.
Yesterday she gave The Sun the most intimate portrait yet of Michael's last few months with his children.
She revealed how the kids still continually play their dad's hits - they love the 1992 song Remember The Time - while Paris endlessly watches footage of her father.
Kai recalled: "Paris is a huge lover of animals and nature, so we dug a vegetable patch and snuck out at night with flashlights to gather enough snails to build a snail farm.
"Prince, who was then 12, loved to read and was really into movies. He spent hours making animation films using apples in the kitchen.
"And Blanket was hilarious. Michael built a movie theatre for the kids and had movie nights for them.
"He liked them to watch black and white movies and little Blanket got really into the 1930s gangster film The Public Enemy.
"He'd run up to me in the kitchen, pretending to be James Cagney, mimicking his gangster voice perfectly. It was hilarious, especially as he was only seven."
Kai revealed that Michael spent hours organising "Daddy Time" with the children - and playing practical jokes on her.
She said: "Those few months were so happy. Mr Jackson was an almost Willy Wonka-style father, with his crazy sense of fun."
On one occasion the kids beckoned her into the kitchen, saying: "Your boyfriend is here."
Kai recalled: "I went in and they had dressed one of Mr Jackson's mannequins.
"It was so life-like and made me jump so high. Mr Jackson was hiding behind the chair and jumped out, saying, 'Gotcha!'. He loved practical jokes."
Kai also revealed how Paris, now 12, wept tears of happiness after her daddy organised a special party for her 11th birthday - just two months before his death.
She said: "Mr Jackson had paid for members of the circus troupe Cirque du Soleil to perform throughout the house and garden. It was magical and one of the security team filmed the whole day.
"I know Paris keeps that tape close to her heart and watches it to remind her of her daddy."
Kai - who has no kids of her own - said the children were particularly excited about coming to London to see their father perform for the first time.
She said: "They had flown over to Britain with their dad when he announced the O2 tour and had loved it.
"Mr Jackson loved the UK - he told me he had a huge place in his heart for the country, the Queen, and the music there.
"He loved fish and chips and wanted the children to try shepherd's pie. London was one of his favourite places on earth.
"And in the last week before he died he had British theme nights for the children.
"Rolling Stones and Beatles songs were played in the kitchen, which Prince loved, as he's a huge Stones fan.
"The kids spent hours talking in Cockney accents and were competing for the best Cockney voice on the morning he died. Blanket kept saying, 'Top o' the mornin' to you,' over and over - which is obviously Irish, but he didn't seem to notice."
Kai saw Jackson get increasingly tired in the last few weeks before his death and said: "There were a lot of people behind the scenes - business types - putting pressure on him, I think.
"He looked tired and the training was hard - but he still found endless energy for the children."
And she revealed the kids have given her what they call a "Box Of Happiness" - a shoebox holding a stack of their letters, thanking her for cooking, bringing gifts and being their friend.
She said: "I'll keep these letters close to my heart for as long as I live. They're incredibly special."
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YES! Nakapasok din :bop::D
popcornhigh wrote: »
I'm in a Mac&Jac mood (both Paul and Mac Culkin )