The King of Pop is Returning in 2024, according to a group of his friends

Is 2024 Michael Jackson’s Comeback Possible? Newshock Claims Made by His Best Friend.

According to Tony Wilson, he became close with Michael Jackson over their three years of working together.

The Jackson family, including Michael’s father Joseph, were Tony’s frequent companions. Joseph told Tony the truth about Michael’s return and that he is still alive.

Tony Wilson shocked the world with his shocking remarks; he was good friends with Michael Jackson and worked with him for three years.

I’m going to tell you something that will shock you: Michael Jackson was at his own funeral. He pretended to be someone else. He is, in fact, still with us.

He went on to say that Michael’s dad had told him his son was alive and would come back after 15 years of rest.

So, according to Tony, Michael Jackson will be back in 2024.

 

Michael Jackson is very much alive, according to rapper Akon.

Someone close to MICHAEL Jackson has confirmed his health and said that he is getting ready to make a huge return to the music industry.

After claiming to have assumed the King of Pop was still alive, 51-year-old Teddy Riley has set tongues wagging. The two collaborated on the Dangerous album.

“If people can think Elvis is still alive why the F#*@ I cant [sic] think Michael is still alive,” Riley said in November 2010, rejecting the conventional opinion that the world’s third-best-selling music artist of all time died in Los Angeles on June 25, 2009.

“[Producer and rapper] Akon said he believes Michael is in hiding and will be coming back one day,” the fan wrote to him the day before, prompting the Twitter post. I would love to hear your thoughts on that.

Akon is a buddy of mine, and we share similar views, Riley said.

The 45-year-old Akon collaborated with Michael Jackson on a remix of “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” for the Thriller album, which was released one year ago on its 25th anniversary.

After the singer’s death, he published a memorial song called Cry Out of Joy and claimed to have been a close friend of the late icon.

Originally, in 2017, Steve Erhardt—who was Jackson’s stylist and hairdresser—wrote a Facebook message to the singer’s “believers”—those who hold on to the belief that he is still alive—stating that he had something important to communicate to them.

“A hint for the believers, the Michael Jackson believers,” the note read. This is where the announcement, if you will, initially aired.

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Next time

A couple of months from now, or at the very latest by year’s end, you will hear some excellent news.

I can hardly believe it. And no one in my family is aware of it, but myself.

To this day, Erhardt still hasn’t revealed what the message was about.

Last year in June, he posted another mysterious image that only showed one leg of a man with Jacko’s signature white socks and loose, short black pants.

“In an undisclosed location, somewhere in the world, a recording studio, he’s coming soon,” the post read.

An odd YouTube channel called “BeLIEve” has been adding fire to the unusual conspiracy theories by discussing whether or not Jackson is alive.

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Hollywood hair designer Steve Erhardt, a friend of Michael’s, promised us last year that he would bring good news to Believers—that is, to those who think Michael Jackson is alive—in one video.

“At last, he got the fans pumped up with something he shared.”

According to Michael Turegano, who has been looking into Jacko’s killing for nearly ten years, Erhardt’s accusations are not to be ignored.

While speaking last year, he mentioned that he had been in touch with Michael before. He should be heard, in my opinion.

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