The Home Alone star Macaulay Culkin has revealed his childhood relationship with Michael Jackson, saying that the late singer never involved in inappropriate or offensive behavior.
What had Macaulay Culkin spoken about his bond with Michael Jackson?
In a new interview, the star was upfront about his bond with the Thriller singer. The actor explained, ‘I am going to start with the line—it is not a line, it is the truth: He never did anything to me.’
‘I never noticed him do anything. And especially at this flashpoint in time, I’d have no reason to hold anything back.
The person has passed on. If anything—I’m not going to tell it would be smart or anything like that, but right now is an excellent time to speak up.
And if I had something to talk about, I would completely do it. But no, I never noticed anything; he never did anything.’
The pair were understood to be close among fans, but that relationship has been under revived investigation after the release Leaving Neverland, which re-reviewed Jackson’s past connections with young boys.
Nevertheless, Culkin asserted that he and the singer had only a platonic relationship, arising from similar childhood instructions.
Jackson Called Culkin The Godfather Of His Daughter
Later, Jackson called Culkin the godfather of his daughter, Paris, and over the years the two have lived close. According to a source, they even have similar spoon tattoos.
In 2005, last time Culkin noticed Michael Jackson was at the Santa Barbara County Superior Courthouse. Culkin was claiming on Jackson’s side after he had been accused of intoxicating and assaulting a boy,13, (he was later cleared).
The star moved into Jackson in the bathroom, and the singer ostensibly said Culkin, ‘We better not talk. I don’t want to influence your testimony.’
Overall public point of view regarding Jackson’s enduring legacy remains separated, with celebrities such as Barbra Streisand, Diana Ross, and T.I. Asserting their support of the singer, while others are adding Drake and “Weird Al” Yankovic has pulled all record of his pop singles from their shows.
Disney has deleted the Jackson-starring episode of The Simpsons from its Disney+, and a number of broadcast media have stopped broadcasting Jackson’s music altogether.
Meanwhile, a lately released musical named For the Glove binds Jackson’s ostensibly offensive behaviour to an alien-shaped gage that desires after “teen boy blood.”