Even after his death, Michael Jackson stays on the news as his tomb has been vandalized this week of July 12th. It seems like the King of Pop’s fans are not ready to forget their idol since they wrote messages of love on the tomb, located in the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in California.
Even though the writings are positive messages such as “Miss you sweet angel,” or “Keep the dream alive,” they remain strictly forbidden. According to the website “TMZ,” which was the first to reveal Jackson’s death, the cemetery severely responded to the vandal acts: “Activity such as this is a prime example why we are evaluating the level of access to the various entrances of the Great Mausoleum.”
Fans had to wait a year before Michael Jackson’s grave was open to the public, but now they might never be able to pay their tribute. The messages, written with black marker, were mostly erased by Forest Lawn’s crew. Considering Michael’s devotion to his fans, we can’t help but wonder if the King would have appreciated this decision…
Written by Liv
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