While some men want to follow in their father’s footsteps, the late Michael Jackson had multiple plastic surgeries so he would not resemble his dad, according to a Frank DiLeo.
The superstar’s former manager revealed the alleged fact and many other secrets about the star in his book DiLeo: I Am Going to Set the Record Straight, according to Page Six, periodical of the New York Post. Though DiLeo passed away in 2011, the book is being collaborated by DiLeo’s longtime business partner Mark Lamica, who is using DiLeo’s audio and video recordings, as well as his personal journal.
Michael told Frank in a phone conversation that he couldn’t bear to see his father’s face when he looked in the mirror. Frank had told him that he needed to stop changing his face, because he was becoming unrecognizable to his fans,” Page Six reported.
Jackson’s blatant skin bleaching and multiple plastic surgeries were his way of dealing with his father’s abuse.
“I gotta cut him away, I’ve got to remove him. I still see Joseph when I look in the mirror, I have got to cut him away,” said an emotional Jackson, according to Lamica.
Giving new meaning to Jackson’s song “Man in the Mirror,” the iconic superstar was noted to have anxiety attacks when his father was present during his “Bad Tour.”
Page Six reported the manuscript, noted to be released in the fall, will also point fingers at the people “who ripped off and used Michael, including some big names in the music business.”
Along with calling out bad deals with Neverland Ranch and record labels, as well as “a shocking mob hit on Michael that was stopped by DiLeo,” the book’s release is highly awaited. “It will also lift the lid on the deal for his ‘This is It’ tour and the final difficult months of Michael’s life,” reported Page Six.
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