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Michael Jackson Wouldn't Have Stopped 'Til He Got Enough A Billion Dollars?

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Michael Jackson coulda been a billionaire so friggin' bad!

At least that's what accounting wizard Arthur Erk testified on Monday at Michael Jackson's wrongful death trial. He told jurors that if the King of Pop had gone on a world tour, and then showcased his act in Las Vegas, that he could have earned anywhere from $1.1 to $1.5 billion by the time he was 65.

Is there a better retirement plan? We don't think you can Beat It!

The accountant even accounted for how much MJ would have spent between 50 and the age of 65: $134 million! Not too shabby of an allowance…

It's so sad Michael isn't here today to enjoy the billions he deserved from changing millions of lives!

[Image via WENN.]

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4 comments to “Michael Jackson Wouldn't Have Stopped 'Til He Got Enough A Billion Dollars?”

  1. larry says – reply to this


    Um, I don't think so. Had Michael lived he would have faced many more molestation lawsuits, which would have stripped away a lot of his money. And don't forget that he was heavy in red ink before he died. Only his death turned his fortunes around. From a business point of view, he's better off dead.

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    yeah, he changed peoples lives alright. Having to deal with being molested

  3. Walker says – reply to this


    MJ was the greatest recording artist of all time so I wouldn't be surprised. But he was an even better human being.

  4. justme says – reply to this


    It takes a big man to come out in public after what he was all was said about him he was a good person.