How much lower can you go with the anniversary of his death coming up in a matter of days?
My reply to Andrea:
What a BRILLIANT b***h we have amongst us here, one I would take a guess survives on the dead carrion you find along side of the road, picking at them one by one.
Is this what "professionalism" has become today? This kind of garbage? This isn't about writing a story--this is obviously about making "Andrea Peyser" a name. Are you really this desperate? Do you actually think you are doing us any good by sharing your tizzy-fit styled writing with us? Please, spare us next time. I have better things to do with my time than have to sit here and write you in reference to an article that belongs in a dumpster somewhere.
"From California to New York and all the way to Bahrain, folks are engaged in publicly mourning a man who was not a great thinker, leader or humanitarian.'
Really? He apparently was a great thinker, according to those who actually spoke to him and knew him. Did you ever sit down and hold a conversation with him? I pray not. He knew a multitude about the arts, history and literature, among other topics. He had thousands of books--most of which he read. He was self-taught, too. How many books have you read, Andrea? Two, three? As for being a leader, well yeah, he wasn't a president or anything but hell, I would have rather led the music industry with the largest selling album of all-time than to be the President. I would also loved to have shattered racial barriers that plagued MTV in the early 1980s, being the first black artist featured on MTV. Michael's estate also just signed the largest music contract of all time, too. Are capable of such accomplishments? Do you consider yourself a leader, Andrea? Does one need to be a leader to actually be mourned? As for being a humanitarian, I think this has to be the funniest insult of them all. Michael holds the record for donating the most money to charities--over $300 million during his lifetime. You couldn't even fathom what $300 million looks like Andrea, or even a million for that fact. How much have you donated to charities? Do you even know what "charity" means? To say that Michael is not a great thinker, leader or humanitarian shows how little you obviously know about the topic in which you chose to write. Maybe you should do a little research next time. You might be surprised.
I recommend you look up the word "serial" before you use it again as you obviously do not know what it means.
As for Michael's surgeries and skin lightening, yes, it happened. Vitiligo is a very damaging disease. You care to take a stab at all those who suffer from vitiligo as well? Michael wasn't pleased with his looks--he should have been, he was a handsome man who fell for the multitude of insults thrown at him since he was a child. I must say, just from the looks of that little-bitty picture next to your name on this article (and thank God it is small) I think maybe you should consider some surgical altering to your face. Do us all a favor or at least take that photo down and spare our eyes from damage if you can't afford to fix that sour-puss visage of yours.
As for Michael's children, I bet, no wait, I know they have more poise, professionalism and intellect than you. That is saying a lot considering they are 13, 12 and merely 8 years old. You can't go much lower than dragging someone's children in the mud. I suppose you deserve a pat on the back for that one.
It is so believable that you can sit there and call a man a sexual predator when you couldn't lay down one fact proving it. Rather, you presented nothing but libelous remarks about him to try and make a moot point that is still circulating years later for the sake of making the media money. You can't at least pull up one fact that he did it? How about looking at the FBI files? No, wait, no evidence. What about the 1993 allegations? No, wait, not enough evidence to even go through with a trial. The 2005 trial? Like I have told others--go read Aphrodite Jones' book "Conspiracy" to know what really happened to Michael Jackson and why he was accused of such--he was an easy target to make money off of because he was a gentle, misunderstood soul. I debate on whether you even possess a soul or not.
He wasn't the freak, people like you are the freaks because you can't get enough out of damaging a man's reputation, including a dead man's reputation. It shows your desperate attempt at maintaining your pathetic little career you have going with one of the most fabulous papers in the world--the New York Post! Woohoo! Keep at it, Andrea. Maybe someday you will work your way over to the Globe or Sun. Good luck and best wishes.
I have no desire to contact Andrea but others may at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 212/930/8730
I think I have said everything I would want to say to her directly above.