Saturday, May 18, 2013
So much for resting in peace. Late pop singer Michael Jackson is being painted in a pretty bad light by former bodyguard (and potential baby daddy of Blanket) Matt Fiddes. In his latest revelation, famewhoring Fiddes claims that MJ was embroiled in a bitter battle with brother Randy and "ordered (Randy) to be shot" when he refused to beat it. Fiddes tells The Sun that Jackson was drugged up one day when Randy tried to confront the "Thriller" singer over a potential reunion tour for the Jackson 5. Fiddes reveals, "Michael was caught in a war with his brothers for years. They were desperate to sign him up to a $500 million deal for a Jackson 5 reunion tour. Things reached a head when Randy was trying to force his way past the bodyguards to speak to him in one of his rented homes." At the time, Jackson was being protected by the Nation of Islam. Needless to say, the hired guns didn't shoot Jackson's sibling on sight. Fiddes admits that MJ's intention wasn't to actually take him out completely. Fiddes adds, "I don't think Michael ever intended to kill him, and told the guards to shoot him in the leg. But Randy was so scared he got on the phone and threatened to call the press." At the time, Randy told the muscle men, "If you shoot me, the whole world will know about it."