Michael Jackson Legacy Foundation launched

Michael Jackson Legacy Foundation launched

Press people were invited at a surprise conference on Thursday by Michael Jackson’s former publicist Raymone Bain, who announced Michael Jackson Legacy Foundation launch.

Michael Jackson died in June 2009 at age 50 and the foundation would be focused in preserving and defending the name of the pop king while supporting various organizations that he had supported in his life.

Raymone Bain said, “He may no longer he will be with but we’re hoping through the foundation he’ll continue to live through us.”

Without naming accusers James Safechuck and Wade Robson she added that the two tried to derail anything planned in honor of Michael Jackson but they had failed.

She further said, “Child molestation and paedophilia are serious and unacceptable, sick, psychotic behaviour. I consider myself a strong advocate for children.”

She salmmed inconsistency of one accuser saying “it doesn’t seem to matter” the King of Pop was acquitted of child molestation.

She said since his death the singer has been a victim and this is wrong legally, ethically as well as morally and it is time now to stop all such allegations.

The publicist had worked for MJ for eight years before his death. She said the last ten years have been difficult for the family members of Michael Jackson.

About her relationship with the singer she said, “My relationship with Michael goes way back. In 1990 while on a trip to Atlanta, Georgia with Muhammed Ali, we met with President Jimmy Carter.”