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What did Elton John reportedly say about Michael Jackson is his new book?

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Sir Elton reportedly had a factor or two to say about MJ… (Pictures: by Samir Hussein/WireImage/ LOS ANGELES TIMES/AFP/Getty Images)

Sir Elton John is mentioned to say Michael Jackson in his upcoming ebook, Me: , which is because of be launched on 15 October.

The piano-playing music icon reportedly claims in his memoir that Jackson was ‘a disturbing person’.

And that’s not all that Sir Elton apparently has to say about the Billie Jean singer…

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According to Radar Online, Sir Elton questions ‘what prescription drugs [Michael Jackson] was being pumped full of’.

The Rocket Man singer allegedly wrote: ‘The poor guy looked awful, really frail and ill,’ and that Jackson’s nostril was ‘covered with a sticking plaster’ and his make-up had been utilized by a ‘maniac’.

The ebook is mentioned to learn: ‘For whatever reason, he couldn’t appear to deal with grownup firm in any respect.’

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Sir Elton reportedly additionally wrote that Jackson was ‘genuinely mentally ill, a disturbing person to be around’ and that he had ‘totally lost his marbles’ by the 2000s.

Radar Online reviews that Jackson disappeared ‘without a word’ from a lunch with Sir Elton, and was discovered later within the cottage belonging to the now-72-year-old’s housekeeper ‘quietly playing games’ with her 11-year-old son.

Jackson, who died in 2009, was the topic of the Emmy-award profitable docuseries Leaving Neverland, which got here out this 12 months and particulars allegations of kid abuse made towards Jackson by two males – James Safechuck and Wade Robson – who knew Jackson as youngsters.

Jackson’s household and property have been vocal of their protection of the King of Pop, with a earlier assertion from his property studying: ‘Leaving Neverland isn’t a documentary, it is the type of tabloid character assassination Michael Jackson endured in life, and now in demise.

‘The film takes uncorroborated allegations that supposedly happened 20 years ago and treats them as fact.’

Me: Elton John is out on 15 October.

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