Michael Jackson ALIVE? King of Pop's death labelled 'hoax' as evidence piles up

  • 22 Sep - 28 Sep, 2018
  • Mag The Weekly
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August 29 would have marked Jackson's 60th birthday, with fans coming together to show respect for the ‘Thriller’ singer.

He passed away on June 25, 2009, from an overdose of prescription drugs at his home in Los Angeles, US. But many fans to this day remain adamant that his death was a hoax.

Daily Star Online can now reveal some of the most convincing theories to emerge over the last year. Days ago, a bombshell video surfaced that apparently proved he was not dead. The clip revealed that, according to his passport, Jackson was given the middle name "Joe" after his dad.

But his death certificate used the full spelling of ‘Joseph'.

Twitter users reached out to his sister La Toya to quiz her over his real name. They claim she confirmed it was Michael Joe Jackson but the post has apparently been removed.

Only three-months prior to that, conspiracy theorists were sent into meltdown over a bizarre discovery in a Janet Jackson song released in 2015.

Video footage showed the moment one man was listening to "The Great Forever" when he heard a familiar voice. Claiming it was not hers, he put the song into a video editor and slowed it down. When he did, he was shocked by what he heard – believing it to be the voice of her late brother Michael.

The lyrics were: “Not too pleased with what you're digging, I’m just busy livin' my life.”

Back in June, Michael Jackson's bodyguard spoke out over the shocking claims that his former client faked his death. Speaking to Daily Star Online exclusively, Matt Fiddes blasted conspiracies circulated by fans that the King of Pop is still alive. He criticised so-called supporters as being insensitive, especially when they troll Jackson’s children with the theories. Fiddes branded the conspiracy theories ‘sick’ and ‘sad’. But he added that MJ helped cultivate them himself, saying, “He said he wanted his life to be the ‘biggest mystery on Earth’ – and I guess that backfired on him.”