Michael Jackson fans fights back with proves that Leaving Neverland accusers are liars

Fans responds to Michael Jackson 'Leaving Neverland' controversy
Fans responds to Michael Jackson 'Leaving Neverland' controversy. 

It's over a week in which Michael Jackson's legacy has been questioned in the damaging documentary Leaving Neverland, fans of the pop star have pointed to footage of Wade Robson and James Safechuck together as an evidence to proof that their accusations are lies.

 The pair made a series of claims in the documentary that they were abused by Jacko, when they were aged between seven and 11 years old but his fans are now fighting back. 

 Despite the seriousness of the claims of abuse made by the pair, Jackson's fanbase are still saying their pop hero is innocent and have turned their attention to disproving Robson and Safechuck's claims. 

 The pair were filmed at a Q&A at the Sundance Festival and it is their smiling and smirking that has led fans of Jacko to claim that he had been set up by the pair. 
Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck during a Q&A for Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland (Image: TheOtherScottM/Youtube).
Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck during a Q&A for Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland (Image: TheOtherScottM/Youtube). 

 They were asked how the documentary had affected their families and whoat their parents thought of the claims that had been made. There were a number of 'truths' which the pair were worried about being heard by their family but after being asked the question, the pair make eye contact and then seem to smile. 
Jacko fans have accused the pair of lying (Image: TheOtherScottM/Youtube).
Jacko fans have accused the pair of lying (Image: TheOtherScottM/Youtube). 

 It is this that superfans believe is the 'mask slipping' on Jackson's accusers and the moment that they show that they have been telling lies to besmirch the pop legend's names.

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