A number of overseas radio stations have removed pop star Michael Jackson's music from their playlists after new allegations of child sexual abuse were made against him. However, Mzansi doesn't agree with this decision.
New claims of sexual abuse against late pop music king, Michael Jackson, have popped up and now several radio stations are boycotting his music.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that radio stations in New Zealand, Australia and Canada are refusing to play his music amid these allegations from two men.
But Mzansi doesn't understand what the late star's music has to do with these claims, or why the men didn't speak up when Jackson was still alive.
Taking to social media, South Africans shared their opinion on the radio stations' decision:
Don Clint - What does his music have to do with the abuse...
Ramoshaba Patrick Matome - two broke men fight with a dead man
Natalie Burgess -Seriously. I wasn't even a fan of Michael Jackson's music. I didn't like him as a perseon because there were too many stories of paedophilia but for heaven sakes...whatever the man did or didn't do...let him rest!
Uni Ruiters - Can we let this poor soul rest in peace
Master Woed - After so many years he passed way, you claim abuse now
Palma Mutsengiwa - Guys if someone can tell me what really is going on...I give up now...Where were they all along these people now after 10-20 years they now popping out.
Thando Cezula - What nonsense is this? Upon what tangible evidence are these stations muting Michael Jackson?
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This is the documentary that shares the stories of the two men who claim they were abused by Jackson:
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