A popular cafe has defied the banning of King of Pop’s songs across the world by playing his music on repeat.
Kalee Haakma from New Zealand owns Thy Neighbour Coffee Bar, and has declared March 11 to be ‘Michael Jackson Monday.’
She disputes the claims made in the new documentary Leaving Neverland.
Ms. Haakma told the Bay of Plenty Times: “It’s a very one-sided story. There is evidence out there that supports his innocence.”
She also said she doesn’t want to watch the documentary Leaving Neverland.
“He’s dead so he’s not able to support himself. From what I’ve seen on social media, a lot of people do support him and support his innocence and there doesn’t seem to be very many people who think he is guilty,” she said.
Ms. Haakma also said the claims made by James Safechuck, 40, and Wade Robson, 36, were a form of bullying. She took to Instagram to speak against the documentary.
“It’s too easy for malicious people to make negative claims against brilliant minds, good souls and kind hearts, together we’ll stand for MJ and other people who have experienced/or do experience bullying in any form,” she wrote.
“Get your moonwalk on and come have a coffee [and] boogie with me!”
Since the documentary was released, Jackson’s songs have proven popular on the New Zealand music charts.
The country’s iTunes albums chart features two of his records in the current top 100, with Number Ones greatest hits coming at number 41.
The Essential Michael Jackson climbed to 76, while Bad to 142 and Thriller 133.
Leaving Neverland features interviews with Mr. Robson and Mr. Safechuck, and also their family members. They talk about their encounters with the King of Pop.
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