LOS ANGELES, CA, USA Michael Jackson's fans and supporters expressed shock and dismay today when the new issue of "Rolling Stoned" magazine revealed that Jackson had at long last been supplanted from the number one spot of Billboard's Hot 100.
Clan patriarch Joe Jackson was outraged that the coveted position is now held by none other than the infamous Dr. Conrad "Propofal" Murray, the cardiologist to the stars who the entire family has been attempting to scapegoat since the demise of the self-styled King of Pop, Soda and Cola.
Murray's talent game to light with the release of his one minute you tube video which he dedicated to his friends and family, in which he briefly sampled Bobby McFerrin's "Don't Worry, Be Happy."
The song choice was particularly appropriate considering the typically Caribbean accent and delivery which both recording artists have in common.
Murray will reportedly release his debut reggae album early next month.
Katherine Jackson has filed a lawsuit against Murray alleging that she is entitled to a share of his income from his video and recording sales because she believes Murray would never have attained his current level of infamy and marketability if he had not been involved in the care, treatment and death of her son Michael.