This Michael Jackson picha contains
kijani beret, vikosi maalum, askari wasomi, askari wa wasomi wa green beret, vikosi maalumu, and rifleman.
There might also be
vita mavazi, mavazi ya vita, navy muhuri, muhuri, muhuri wa jeshi la majini, fatigues, and kombati.
It was nearly 1am on a cold November night and the runway at Luton airport was deserted. A private Jet just landed and taxied to a secluded spot near the perimeter fence. Two rented minibuses, their windows blocked out with white sheets, drove to the tail section where a narrow stairway was being lowered. Driving the first van was bodygaurd Steve Tarling with one thing on his mind- to get Michael Jackson off the jet as quickly and as secretly as possible. Custom and Immigration officers boared the plane to check documents and Steve moved in. Nothing could have prepared him for the shock of...
Michael Jackson first revealed Will wewe Be There to the world when it featured as the eleventh song on his 1991 album release 'Dangerous'. Penned solely kwa Michael at the height of his career, this initial 7 dakika and 40 sekunde version of the song became an instant favourite of mashabiki the world over.
The first time I heard Will wewe Be There, I was captivated kwa the intensity of emotion conveyed kwa Michael in both his voice and lyrics. I can still remember sitting at eight years old, engrossed in uandishi out the lyrics over and over again in an attempt to decipher Michael's true intent behind...