Everyone is now drawing a distance from the late Michael Jackson.
Rapper Drake has cut his collaboration with Michael Jackson from his up-coming live shows, according to reports.
The fall-out from the Leaving Neverland documentary has seen the US megastar take action, The Sunreport.
He now won’t use a demo from Don’t Matter To Me but during his UK Assassination Vacation tour.
Dan Reed’s controversial two-part documentary saw the King of Pop accused of child sex abuse by Wade Robson and James Safechuck.
Since it aired last week, multiple radio stations across the world have banned Jacko’s music .
Now Drake appears to have followed suit. He had included the song on his Aubrey & The Three Migos tour in the States last autumn but now it has been left off set lists.
Jackson’s estate has denied the allegations made in the four-hour documentary. Though many fans have expressed the two-parter had convinced them at Jacko’s guilt.
His son Blanket Jackson has ‘stopped talking’ after the accusations were made public last week.
Speaking to the Victoria Derbyshire TV show, Jacko’s nephew, Taj, revealed the depth of Blanket’s sorrow.
He said: “Biji is the most talkative kid at school and he isn’t talking any more. We’re all worried about him.
“They try and shield him from the outside world, which may be not such a good thing. Shield them from certain things, certainly, but to keep him isolated is not right.”