Britain’s National Football Museum removed a statue of Michael Jackson, following the most recent allegations of sexual abuse that recently started to surround the late singer’s legacy.
In the “Leaving Neverland” documentary, he was accused of sexually abusing two children over a period of several years.
As for the museum in Manchester, England, they displayed a statue of Michael Jackson back in 2014, but removed it this week, after the entire scandal.
The statue was unveiled for the first time at Fulham’s stadium, a club previously owned by Mohamed Al Fayed, one of the singer’s friends. Shahid Khan, the club’s current owner, decided to get rid of the statue and replaced it with another one, showing former Fulham player George Cohen.
Could this be the start of a wave of…hate aimed at Michael Jackson?