So, I'm not trying to beat a dead horse here. Or maybe I am. I've had this theory since 2009 and I've now found more proof to further my argument. I've attached my original article under this recent update, but the point is, I'm here to prove that Macaulay Culkin is the biological father of Paris Jackson.
During the Last Letter Game this morning on the show, I got into a conversation with one of our callers, Yesenia, regarding our favorite Michael Jackson songs. Her request was for "Man in the Mirror" and I told her that, depending on the day, one of five Michael Jackson songs could be considered my favorite. If it's not "Man in the Mirror," it can be "The Way You Make Me
If you are an avid listener of my radio show you've probably heard me spout off about this theory a time or two in the past, but now it's time for me to get this out there in writing. I believe, without a shadow of a doubt, that Macaulay Culkin is the biological father of at least one of Michael Jackson's children. Probably all of them.
Join me, as we step back in time to the simpler and more innocent era of two days ago: the trailer for British TV network Sky Arts’ new program Urban Myths had just surfaced, teasing a collection of whimsical shorts featuring fictionalized versions of such celebrities as Bob Dylan, Adolf Hitler, and Cary Grant. One segment in particular commanded more headlines than any other, an episode featuring Liz Taylor, Marlon Brando, and Michael Jackson taking a drive through the country in the wake of 9/11. White actor Joseph Fiennes shocked everyone with his getup as the post-skin-whitening Jackson, and many cried foul at what is technically a blackface performance. The late King of Pop’s daughter Paris tweeted that she was “incredibly offended” by the performance and that it “makes [her] want to vomit.”
“You know the one where Michael Jackson dresses up as an old white guy and dances in a haunted house?” is a thing I’ve said to countless people about the short film Ghosts. But every time I mention the Michael Jackson and Stephen King collaboration, no one knows what I’m talking about. That’s right, the King of Pop and the master of horror made a short film together in 1996. While the film may have 14 million views on YouTube, I’ve only met one other person who can slightly recall the movie. In honor of Halloween, I’m looking back on the 15-year-old movie and trying to figure out why it’s been forgotten.
Dramatized event series of major cultural touchstones have been on fire since FX’s People v. O.J. Simpson, and it looks like Michael Jackson may next get the TV treatment. J.J. Abrams has re-teamed with Tavis Smiley for an event series based on the last days of pop icon Michael Jackson, based on author Smiley’s book.
Today in news that sounds like a series of escalating dares: Joseph Fiennes is set to play Michael Jackson in an original dramedy film for British network Sky Arts, which will tell the story of how Jackson, Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando allegedly piled into a car to escape New York following the 9/11 terrorist attack. Yes, as in that Michael Jackson.