MICHAEL JACKSON’S MUSIC WILL NO LONGER BE PLAYED ON STATIONS IN CANADA AND NEW ZEALAND
Radio stations across the world are pulling Michael Jackson’s music off of their playlists.
The New York Times reported stations in both New Zealand and Canada have stopped playing his music. This comes after the release of a documentary detailing allegations of child abuse against the late singer.
The HBO documentary, “Leaving Neverland,” features two accusers who were 10 and seven years old when they claim Jackson engaged in sexual relationships with them.
The Times reports that the two largest radio networks in New Zealand, including MediaWorks, have almost completely removed all of Jackson’s music from their station.