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Michael Jackson’s music apparently rejected by some Canadian radio stations following ‘Leaving Neverland’ documentary

Michael Jackson’s music has purportedly been expelled from the airwaves by a couple of Canadian radio stations in the midst of a resurgence of child molestation allegations.

The late entertainer’s supposed activities against Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who state they were exploited as youngsters, were point by point in an ongoing HBO narrative, “Leaving Neverland.”

The choice to scrap the melodies at three Montreal stations was put into impact Monday. It came because of how their groups of onlookers felt about the narrative, as per The Associated Press, which refered to Christine Dicaire, a representative for the stations’ proprietor, Cogeco.

The move connected to French-language stations CKOI and Rythme, just as the English-language station The Beat, and was required to produce results at Cogeco Media stations in littler markets in Quebec too.

The King of Pop, who died in June 2009 at 50 years old, was for quite some time dogged by claims tied to his relationship with kids. His family and estate have vehemently denied the most recent claims.

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