Someone had to tell it but friends and family of Michael Jackson say that his oldest nose has been informed of the King of Pop's death.
"We drew mustaches", stated Forgotten Jackson, a very distant cousin's cousin, "And I blew it...drew it so it had to be me."
"It was still on the mantlepiece as Michael always loved that old nose the best, because he had blown..known it from a baby and it always had a prominent place on the mantlepiece.
It's an old Jackson custom, apparently, stated The Weekly Snorter.
The first night after the funeral the family will stay up all night tending a candle which was specially made out of ear wax in the form of a nose - as the vertical portion burned down, they would pull another part of the earwax into the vertical position until the whole spiral candle would be gone, and then the nose will be placed where the wax had just melted.
Apparently no one nose how the tradition began.
The oldest written reference to the use of of the earwax ceremony before bringing in the first and oldest nose dates to about 1929 when a senior Jackson bit off the nose of a neighbor in a bar room brawl and the judge had him pay for a false one.
Most of the Jacksons believe it goes back much further and Michael himself often spoke of the ceremony and how it originally came from when people would go tell the bees that the master was dead and not to leave the hive.
"It was my solemn duty", stated Forgotten Jackson. "It cried for some time and as I left I could still hear it snubbing."