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Barbra Streisand has an interesting point of view on allegations of sexual abuse against Michael Jackson.
As two stars who have reigned in the world of music, Barbra and Michael have met several times over the years. So, when the allegations of sexual abuse were brought against the Thriller Interpreter, Barbra was not really surprised to learn of his alleged actions. In fact, she says that she believes "absolutely" in the affirmations of Wade Robson and James SafechuckIn an interview with the Standard evening. She adds: "It was too painful."
The part of her conversation that is confusing is her sympathy for the alleged child abuser, despite her convictions. "His sexual needs were his sexual needs, stemming from his childhood or his DNA.You can say" molested ", but these children, as you've heard him say [the grown-up Robson and Safechuck]they were delighted to be there, "recalls Streisand. They got married and they both have children, so it did not kill them. "
Her apparent sympathy for the late singer means that she has a "combination of feelings" regarding the alleged crimes, rather than a blatant anger as some have expressed it. 76 years old, says, "I feel bad for the children, I feel bad for him, I blame, I guess, the parents, who would allow their children to sleep with him." Why would Michael need these little children dressed like him and in shoes and dancing and hats? "
Since the publication of the interview, fans have expressed outrage on Twitter and Instagram because of his controversial comments. A Twitter A user wrote: "Barbra Streisand's comments about Michael Jackson's accusers are … outrageous and confusing, to say the least."
Leave Neverland director Dan Reed expressed frustration at the comments, add"They did not kill them" @BarbraStreis and did you really say that ?! # LeavingNerverland (sic). "
Meanwhile, the fallout on the Leave Neverland the documentary continues to progress. Many brands, such as Starbucks and Louis Vuitton, are distancing themselves from the movie King of Pop following the HBO documentary. In addition, several radio stations across the country have vowed to stop playing the songs of the alleged perpetrator.
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