Sequel to 'Leaving Neverland' might be in works

  • Sequel to 'Leaving Neverland' might be in works

Sequel to 'Leaving Neverland' might be in works

Oprah Winfrey told Trevor Noah she was subjected to a level of "hateration", for speaking to Michael Jackson's accusers on HBO, that she had not encountered since the late 90's when she participated Ellen DeGeneres' coming-out "puppy episode" of her ABC sitcom.

Last week there were rumors that HBO will be removing the Leaving Neverland documentary from their programming. Carter backtracked on his former stance, which was strongly against the film, and explained why.

The minute-long conversation does not allege sexual abuse but Carter says that, after the controversial documentary "Leaving Neverland" came out, he was "a little aggressive" in his defense of MJ and that "everybody has their own stories and own situations" and he wasn't there. Everyone has their own stories. I mean, everyone has their own stories and everyone has their own situations so I can't really take away from that.

"It's somebody that knows what I like", she exclaims while unwrapping a box containing a bottle of her favourite brand of tequila.

He told the TMZ reporter that "it's appropriate to put my story about my experience with Michael", and that no matter the circumstances, he'd always "have his back, though".

Still declining to go into detail, Carter said that his own family knows what he's referring to, adding, "They've known about what I'm talking about, they just never talked about it". He then slammed the two for their participation in Leaving Neverland, and claimed they were lying about the dead musician for fame and money. He recalled spending time with Jackson when he was 15, and said that Jackson encouraged him in his career. You are kissing his a**.

Winfrey continued, "When you're in the midst of trauma, awful things happening to you, you may not remember the exact time". "What you're doing is you're actually stomping on an icon and a legend's grave".