“Nobody says anything about that”
I’ve reblogged this about 40 times. But let me do it again.
His autopsy reports did show that his skin colour was changed by the condition, not artificially.
I love Michael Jackson. Judge all you want.
It fucking kills when people to this day still say he bleached his skin so he wouldn’t be black anymore. No. He suffered from vitiligo, a condition that steadily reduces melanin in your skin until you’re esentially white. It’s not treatable and there really is no cure. And it just. Ugh.
I hate it when people talk about Micheal, or ANY celebrity for that matter as if everything about them is fake, they don’t have real problems, they’re doing (insert complete bullshit here) for attention
Micheal probably had a terrible life if you think about it for more than 2 minutes. He was abused as a child by his father, accused of touching children (which was revealed to be a lie soon after his death) and had the paparazzi hounding his every step, spinning up rumors about him in their headlines without any respect for him as a human being.
I think the world just likes to forget that a celebrity isn’t an object for your entertainment, they’re a living breathing person like everyone else. They have to be judged and criticized by the entire world and listen to all the heinous lies with a smile on their face.
If the life of a celebrity isn’t physically difficult, It’s sure as hell emotionally straining to say the least. Show some respect.
I will always reblog this, no matter what times.
It really boggles my mind when I mention I’m a MJ fan and the first reaction I get is, "Oh, he was cool up until he did all that stuff to his face."
All that stuff to his face…seriously?
"I’d like to set the record straight right now. I have never had my cheeks altered or my eyes altered. I have not had my lips thinned, nor have I had dermabrasion or a skin peel.
All of these charges are ridiculous. If they were true, I would say so, but they aren’t. I have had my nose altered twice and I recently added a cleft to my chin, but that is it. Period. I don’t care what anyone else says—it’s my face and I know.”
That’s a quote from Michael’s book Moonwalk. I honestly don’t know how people can look at him and speculate all this plastic surgery junk. His features remained the same, the biggest changes were: his skin tone (due to vitiligo), weight loss/gain, different makeup, different hairstyles, and the natural aging process. How people expect anyone to look the same at 20 as they do at 50 is beyond me.
THIS IS IMPORTANT!! Always reblog!