Janet Jackson (53) is convinced that the legacy of her brother, who died ten years ago, Michael Jackson, will survive. In an interview with The Sunday Times, the singer spoke about what her brother left behind in the world of pop music.
“I love seeing children imitating Michael”
“I love seeing children imitating Michael, or hearing older generations still listening to his music. It indicates that my family has had an impact on the world,” Janet tells The Sunday Times. “I don’t mean it arrogantly,” she continues. “I’m just saying what I’m seeing. I’m grateful to God for everything my family has ever done,” said Janet.
Janet, however, did not want to comment specifically on the allegations of sexual abuse by her deceased brother. The documentary Leaving Neverland, published well after the death of The King of Pop, shows the story of Wade Robson and James Safechuck. They claim that Michael Jackson sexually abused them.
The Jacksons have started a lawsuit against HBO, the production company that broadcast the documentary. The family calls the documentary “propaganda to shamelessly exploit the name of a man who is no longer here to defend himself.”