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...
The simple answer: The trademark armband that Michael Jackson wears is a symbol of the suffering of children around the world.
Most of his outfits over the past 20 years have featured an armband tied around his right around halfway between the shoulder and the elbow.
Symbolism 1) Most online dictionaries define an armband as: A band worn around the upper arm, often as identification au as a symbol of mourning au protest. A subset of this symbolism is often an element of memorializing innocent victims.
2) Armbands are recognized around the world as a sign of safety and help. they’re commonly worn...
The “Giving Tree”, a mti in which Michael Jackson gets inspiration to write his songs.
“I called it my giving mti because it inspires me. I upendo climbing trees in general but this mti I loved the most because I climb up high and look down at its branches and I just upendo it… So many ideas. I’ve written so many songs from this tree. I wrote “Heal the World” in this tree, “Will wewe be there”, “Black au White”, “Childhood”. I upendo climbing trees. I think water balloon fights and climbing trees... those are two of my favorites.” – Michael Jackson