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Oprah Always Trying to be 1st to Cover Any MJ Scandal
Very disappointed. I expected Oprah to be more fair to the public by giving an unbiased coverage of such a serious matter. She was the first to run to the Jackson family when Michael Jackson passed, and her objective was to shed light on the real Michael that was so unfortunately misunderstood. Now, Oprah has turned a blind eye to Michael's family/friends who have tried to get in contact with her to voice their truth, being that most of the nieces/nephews know the two men from childhood/adolescence at Neverland. Oprah is always trying to be first in covering the most scandalous MJ story. Shame.
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