Staying in Rock & Roll HOF …
Despite & # 39; Leaving Neverland & # 39;
3/21/2019 10:25 PDT
Michael Jackson may be muted on various platforms in the wake of "Leaving Neverland" … but the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will not be one of them.
MJ's two slots in the HOF will be set and will not be removed or modified in any way … despite the claims made in HBO's document about the singer. The reason is simple … according to a HOF official – music is music is music.
HOF honchos says that Jackson, as with all his immigrants, was recognized for musical expertise and talent, along with a lasting impact on rock & # 39; s roll. In other words, MJ changed music as forever.
What's more … Michael was voted in the hall (twice) by a voting department of historians, fellow musicians and music industry professionals. He entered Jackson 5 in 1997, and again as a solo artist in 2001, when NSYNC induced him.
Whether his HOF exhibition might change at all – possibly even removing memorabilia – our HOF sources say it all remains the same.
It is interesting … a children's museum in Indianapolis recently removed three pieces of MJ memorabilia items in the wake of Wade Robson and James Safechuck s claims.
Not in Cleveland, though. Once a HOFer, always a HOFer … or so it seems.
In fact, Michael could come back on this year's HOF induction. Janet Jackson enters the hall and there is much speculation as to whether she will mention her brother and & # 39; Neverland & # 39; claims . It goes down March 29 in Brooklyn's Barclays Center.