Michael Jackson banned from New Zealand radio

An exposing documentary is set to hit the screens later this week, and it is said to provide definitive evidence as to the inappropriate behaviour of Michael Jackson throughout his career.

Audiences around the world have been pretty split over the King of Pop’s guilt, and many have thought that we will never uncover the truth.

Regardless of the split in opinions, New Zealand has made a pretty big statement as to their stance on the subject. Michael Jackson’s music has been removed from all MediaWorks and NZME radio stations, effective immediately. This includes The Edge, The Rock GM, More FM and many more of the country’s most popular outlets.

The tell-all documentary will air across the country this weekend, and director Dan Reed has been very open as to his opinion of the pop star. “People will have to listen to his music in the knowledge that he was a prolific child rapist. If they’re comfortable doing that, fine. If they’re not, well perhaps listen to something else for a while.”

New Zealand is standing behind Jackson’s victims by refusing to give any more air time to the accused.