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Beyonce Pens Thank You Note To Michael Jackson!

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Michael Jackson Letter Beyonce

This past Monday marked the three year anniversary of the passing of Michael Jackson, and while a number of stars and fans shared their memories of MJ, one celeb in particular got more intimate!

Mz. Sasha Fierce herself, Beyonce, took to her website to remember the King of Pop, with an open letter.

The heartfelt note touches on Michael's influence on Queen Bey's career and what he had taught her.

Read Beyonce's dedication to the late MJ… AFTER THE JUMP!

When I was just starting out, my first producer used to make me listen to Michael Jackson’s live performance of “Who’s Loving You.” He would have me watch that for hours back to back to back.

What he wanted me to learn was his soul. You could hear his soul. And he was this little kid who hadn’t experienced love but he was a vessel. For whatever reason he could evoke more emotion than an adult. It was so raw and so pure. It was these little things that he did that were just swag. It’s something that’s God given.

Michael taught me that sometimes you have to forget technique, forget what you have on. If you feel silly, you have to go from the gut just let it go.

Michael Jackson changed me, and helped me to become the artist I am - thank you Michael.

Love always,

How touching…we know Michael's memory will live on through the artists that he's influenced, like Beyonce, for years to come!

[Images via Ramey Pix.]

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16 comments to “Beyonce Pens Thank You Note To Michael Jackson!”

  1. 1

    You forgot the PS; Thank you for not molesting any boy in my family.

  2. 2

    Re: Lady Who? – Yeah, it is weird. MJ was so talented, but so messed up. How do you celebrate his contribution to music and ignore his pedophilia? To people like Beyonce, it is almost as if his talent makes everything else forgivable. Personally, I can't listen to him anymore - all I can think about when I hear his voice is his locked, alarmed room where he had naked sleepovers with little boys.

  3. 3

    I wish Beyonce would disappear. She's becoming as annoying and pretentious as her white friend GOOPIE. Instead of penning that drivel done strictly for public consumption designed to make her look sensitive, perhaps she should have done that privately years ago when the man was alive and in need of friends. Beyonce is a hypocritical, selfish skank.

  4. Dan says – reply to this


    Haters are losers.

  5. mimi says – reply to this


    Re: Lady Who? – you and your bloody family are molesting boys and girls for ages, because no body can remember your name does not make it not true that you are molesting your Owen kids. stay away from MJ , you are too dirty.

  6. 6

    Re: mimi – Who is Owen? I'm assuming English isn't your first language or you're around 14. But if you think it's normal for a 40 year old male to play and sleep with 12 year old boys, then I pray you never have kids. Or maybe you're related to Hilton.

  7. BJ8819 says – reply to this


    Re: rosebud99 – When people write the kind of comment you just posted The way I see it is this: People like you will NEVER say “I think MJ is guilty because I’ve done the research, read books, the court transcripts, and watched documentaries on him!” Your belief in his guilt is rooted in prejudice, and not in a credible allegation or hard evidence. … He got AWAY with it? The jury saw the facts and evidence . I'm not sure what you saw but information is out there……

  8. BJ8819 says – reply to this


    Re: Lady Who? – When people write the kind of comment you just posted The way I see it is this: People like you will NEVER say “I think MJ is guilty because I’ve done the research, read books, the court transcripts, and watched documentaries on him!” Your belief in his guilt is rooted in prejudice, and not in a credible allegation or hard evidence. … He got AWAY with it? The jury saw the facts, I'm not sure what you saw but the facts are out there……The Chandlers and Arvizos were Con Artist. It's a shame the trial was not televised since people like you are too lazy too to educate yourselves on what happened…

  9. 9

    Re: BJ8819 – My belief in his guilt is rooted in common sense. The courts do not always have enough evidence to convict, but that does not mean the person is innocent. If I am prejudiced against MJ it is a prejudice that rests with the overwhelming probability that a wealthy person can get away with just about anything. If there is any hint of doubt, a very expensive legal team can sway a jury. It is a legal system that is heavily influenced by money and therefore prejudices against the poor. There is no way a poor man would have gotten away with what MJ did.

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    Re: BJ8819 – Lmfao, another misguided and pitiful Jackson backer. Someone who is innocent would never pay their accuser millions just to shut him up and drop the charges. They would fight to clear their name. The jury also saw the facts in the OJ case but let a murderer walk free. Or are you telling me he was innocent too (wouldn't be surprised, you appear to be a moron). The civil trial found him guilty but the Simpson family will never see the money awarded. Juries don't always get it right, give your head a shake and join the real world.

  11. BrandonP says – reply to this


    Re: rosebud99

    BUT Why do you people insist on glorifying on Elvis who started dating his ex wife Priscilla when she was only 13!

  12. 12

    Re: Lady Who? – He did not pay the accuser off, his insurance company did and he had no control over their actions.

    Personally I watched most of the trial and think those accusers are con artists and liars. Was he weird - Yes. I think he was just trying to make up for the lost childhood he never had.

  13. BK8819 says – reply to this


    Re: rosebud99Re: rosebud99 – That is exactly the problem with people like you.Instead of informing yourself you would rather assume which most of the time you'll make an ass out of yourself.You can say all of what you said about the legal system but how would you know that applies to Michael's situation without even reading the court transcripts or having a better understanding of the specific allegations?

  14. GuestCommnt says – reply to this


    "Common sense?" Common sense is not evidence and evidence is what counts in the courtroom. He might have been 'messed up', but he did not have a normal life, and anyway, that doesn't make him a criminal. Those two boys whose parents accused MJ are men in their 30s now; I wish one or both would step forward and tell the truth - whatever it is.

  15. BJ8819 says – reply to this


    Re: Lady Who? – Do you think think that corporations who settle lawsuits are also guilty? A few examples of corporate settlements are JC Penney’s settlement with the Arvizos(MJ's Accusers)Janet Arvizo accused security guards of sexually assaulting her and hitting her kids after being caught shoplifting. The company settled out of court for $152,500 without admitting guilt.A psychiatrist hired by JCPenney during the investigation said that the children's testimonies sounded scripted and rehearsed,a suspicion that was confirmed by their father., Texaco and Best Buy’s settlements of their respective racial discrimination lawsuits, and Wal-Mart and Microsoft’s settlements of their respective sexual harassment lawsuits, just to name a few.

  16. prg says – reply to this


    lately she has been writing a lot letters first to the first lady then mj….