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OK! Magazine Publishes Last Photo of Michael Jackson on Cover, Sparking Outrage

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OK! magazine made a tacky decision to use one of the last images of Michael Jackson as he lay dying as the cover for their tribute issue, sparking outrage among fans and musicians (like Sean “Diddy” Combs and Jay-Z), who have launched a petition to stop the publication of further copies.

The petition argues that the tabloid has violated Jackson’s right to privacy, while OK!‘s editorial director Sarah Ivens adamantly defends her cover:

“It’s a photo that captures the surprise and the upset and the moment of this breaking news story . . . I hope the cover will provoke readers. It celebrated the man, but it also does expose that he was an eccentric character who lived a very controversial life.”

Blindie finds the tabloid’s cover to be sensational, a ploy to sell covers rather than a celebration of the Jackson’s musical legacy.

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  2. Steffy Antony

    May michael jackson get salvation and may his soul go to heaven. I and my friends would pray for him.

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OK! Magazine Publishes Last Photo of Michael Jackson on Cover, Sparking Outrage

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michael-jackson-okmagazine

OK! magazine made a tacky decision to use one of the last images of Michael Jackson as he lay dying as the cover for their tribute issue, sparking outrage among fans and musicians (like Sean “Diddy” Combs and Jay-Z), who have launched a petition to stop the publication of further copies.

The petition argues that the tabloid has violated Jackson’s right to privacy, while OK!‘s editorial director Sarah Ivens adamantly defends her cover:

“It’s a photo that captures the surprise and the upset and the moment of this breaking news story . . . I hope the cover will provoke readers. It celebrated the man, but it also does expose that he was an eccentric character who lived a very controversial life.”

Blindie finds the tabloid’s cover to be sensational, a ploy to sell covers rather than a celebration of the Jackson’s musical legacy.

Categories: Uncategorized.

Comments

  1. Remarkable blog post, Folks, i myself adore fashion jewellery very much, specially Tiffany and Co rings, that’s what I indulged in. Along with your post, I feel a whole lot more women will know the real approach with what tiffany jewellery brings. Absolutely love your entire web log.

  2. Steffy Antony

    May michael jackson get salvation and may his soul go to heaven. I and my friends would pray for him.

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