Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Kiss rock band performs in tribute to Michael Jackson

The U.S. rock band Kiss will perform at the tribute to Michael Jackson though its lead singer Gene Simmons said in 2010 that he had no doubt that the "King of Pop" was a pederast, TMZ reported Tuesday. Jackson's family along with the organization Global Live Events are preparing a mega 4 hours to pay tribute to the artist, on 8 October in Cardiff, UK, which will include Christina Aguilera, Leona Lewis, Smokey Robinson, Cee The Green and Craig David among others.

The issue was particularly striking after Simmons, known as "The Demond," said last year that he thought Michael Jackson was a pederast. "There is no doubt in my mind that he abused those children," said Simmons, who argued that "only made sexual references about Michael Jackson" were "children, and specifically men aged between 10 and 14 years, never women of that age or older and adult men ever," he said.

The idea of a tribute to Michael Jackson in October did not think two of the artist's brothers, Jermaine and Randy, who publicly expressed their disappointment that coincide with the trial of Conrad Murray the singer's death. In the same line ruled fan club Michael Jackson, who saw the concert celebration of "inappropriate" because the focus should be set to "justice." Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009 in Los Angeles, the victim of a drug overdose when he was preparing a series of concerts that was to be held from July in London.

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