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Remembering Michael Jackson On His Birthday: His Top 5 Music Videos!

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Nobody did music videos quite like Michael Jackson!

There's a reason they called him the King of Pop!

From his earliest childhood years all the way to his tragic death, Michael Jackson created some of the most iconic music that has touched the lives of millions!

So in honor of what would have been his 57th birthday, we decided to take a look back at Michael's top music videos from his amazing career!

And we apologize in advance for not including Captain EO, but it's TECHNICALLY not a music video! LOLz!

CLICK HERE to view "Michael Jackson's Top 5 Music Videos!"

CLICK HERE to view "Michael Jackson's Top 5 Music Videos!"

CLICK HERE to view "Michael Jackson's Top 5 Music Videos!"

CLICK HERE to view "Michael Jackson's Top 5 Music Videos!"

CLICK HERE to view "Michael Jackson's Top 5 Music Videos!"

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Disgusting Text Messages Reveal Exactly How Teen Convinced Her Boyfriend To Commit Suicide

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How are there even people out there like this?!

Michelle Carter, an 18-year-old from Massachusetts, is facing involuntary manslaughter charges after she allegedly encouraged her online boyfriend to commit suicide via text message.

[ Related: WDBJ Anchors Deliver A Touching Tribute To Co-Workers ]

Prosecutors assert that Conrad Roy III, who was found dead on July 13, 2014 in his truck after succumbing to carbon monoxide poisoning, was influenced by Carter's words via text.

Now, the text messages have been released, and they are absolutely sickening. Multiple times, Carter encourages Roy to "just do it," writing things like:

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Student Fatally Shot At Savannah State University & The Suspect's Still At Large — Details HERE

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This is so sad.

Mere days after the tragic shooting of reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward, it appears another shooting has effected the country.

On Thursday evening, a student at Savannah State University was shot and killed in the school's student union building. Tragic.

[ Related: Donald Trump On Virginia Shooting: 'This Is A Mental Problem' ]

The victim has been revealed as junior, Christopher Starks who passed away at a local hospital early Friday morning following the altercation at the school.

Currently, no arrests have been made and reports claim that the gunman is still on the loose. So scary.

However, the university's since reported that the lockdown on the campus has been lifted and that classes will be delayed until 10 a.m. with grief counselors made available to students.

Our thoughts are with the victim's friends and family during this trying time. Stay tuned for more information.

[Image via WTOC 11 News.]

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WDBJ Anchors Return To TV And Deliver A Touching Tribute To Their Fallen Co-Workers

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On Wednesday morning, WDBJ anchor Kim McBroom watched her two co-workers get fatally shot on live television.

But this tragedy didn't stop the Virginia newswoman from coming back and anchoring the news program the very next day — acting as the courageous face of a team this devastating act impacted a great deal.

McBroom led a two-hour Mornin' show dedicated to reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward, who were killed by a disgruntled former reporter for the station.

[ Related: Donald Trump On Virginia Shooting: 'This Is A Mental Problem' ]

After the tribute, McBroom took reporters' questions outside the studio and over the phone, then planned for the next day's broadcast.

The mother of two felt that it was her duty to lead the team on camera, saying:

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NBA Legend Darryl 'Chocolate Thunder' Dawkins Dead At 58

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R.I.P. Chocolate Thunder.

The world of basketball has lost one of its brightest stars as slam dunking legend Darryl Dawkins passed away Thursday morning at the age of 58.

The former NBA star was reportedly taken to the hospital for an unknown medial emergency where he died at approximately 11:19 AM.

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An autopsy is currently set for tomorrow; sources are already saying there's no suspicion of foul play in his death.

Darryl was the first NBA player to be drafted straight out of high school and he earned the nickname "Chocolate Thunder" for his monstrous dunks.

The game of basketball would not be what it is today if it weren't for Darryl, and he will truly be missed.

[Image via AP Images.]

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