Written by Clarkey

Wednesday, 9 November 2011

image for Michael Jackson Denied Human Nature by Doctor in drug Thriller Let's hope this makes the legend himself SMILE from heaven.

Michael Jackson's doctor has been found guilty of manslaughter.

Apparently, the doctor over-prescribed the King of Pop and told him 'Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough'. He was Working Day And Night, so the doctor thought he needed loads. The rest is HIStory. When asked about this, the medic replied 'I Can't Help It'. The evil physician was having a dull life at the time, and wanted publicity, thinking to himself 'I Wanna' Be Startin' Something'. He just did it to be a Tabloid Junkie. What a Thriller.

The GP allegedly told Jackson to 'Take the drugs and Beat It'. The jury convicted the horrible surgeon because they believe it was 'a breach of 'Human Nature, and that it was extremely Bad'. If I met the idiot, I'd tell him 'The Way You Make Me Feel is smashing your face in'. How does he live with himself? He must be looking at the Man In The Mirror and squirming. He's a Smooth Criminal.

She Drives Me Wild. Sorry, he. He became a quack to Heal The World, but is Dangerous.


No matter Who Is It, Black Or White, the nutter was free to over-prescribe whoever he wanted. Makes me want to Scream. He Dont Care About Us, the pillock's just in it for the Money. Michael was only 50, he Gone To Soon. This doctor should get a life sentence.

Why don't we all Come Together and still support Michael, here or not. You Are Not Alone if you've got Jackomania, let's show it This Time Around.

Let's hope that article made the legend himself Smile from heaven.

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