When the Jackson's cry and show their emotions

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Offline msteetee34

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When the Jackson's cry and show their emotions

  • on: January 28, 2010, 10:28:07 PM
When I watch the Jacksons on tv and they talk about MJ sometime I think they really do get emotional on the show because they know their brother is alive and he's not going to perform anymore.  I think that does make them really sad because they have made comments on the show talking about their brother being such a hard worker and how he was so dedicated to the business.  Like when Tito was talking to Jackie in the bar and he was crying reflecting back on MJ's career and he told Jackie I tell you one thing there will never be another Michael Jackson that's for sure.  They both looked really sad on that part.  I think they finally realize how hard he worked and what he did to contribute to that family and it's success.  I think they don't feel it's fair that their brother went through so much turmoil in his life.  They seem to have a new appreciation for him because I think back in the day he was kinda isolated from his family. I remember on the interview he did with Oprah he said that he wish he could see his family more often but he understands because their a show business family.  I think they may even feel some guilt too.  That's why they are doing what their doing to protect him.  Jackie said after watching This is it that it inspired him to get in the studio.  MJ worked hard not only for himself to be successful but also for his family.  Even his nephews acknowledged how he helped them with their career in the past.  Sometime it takes a while for people in a family to really appreciate each others contributions.  I was watching his remember the time video and I love the dance sequence in that video because MJ dances so hard with all his passion on that part.  He puts everything into his performance.
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Re: When the Jackson's cry and show their emotions

  • on: January 29, 2010, 10:22:07 AM
i dnt agree with ,i dnt think they are actually crying because michaels not going to be performing anymore... remember the jacksons always say it ...they been in the industry for 4o yrs. so they must kno how to act.. i respect ur opioion tho... :D  :P
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Re: When the Jackson's cry and show their emotions

  • on: January 29, 2010, 12:50:31 PM
I think it's all the lying and the drama that is taking it's toll on them, but I don't think they are sad about MJ not performing anymore. I mean, they must of known it. Even I had my doubts about "This Is It" and I was convinced that it was never going to happen.
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Re: When the Jackson's cry and show their emotions

  • on: February 01, 2010, 09:03:49 PM
i think Jermaine's crying is ssooooooo fake.  He talks about his Motown years when he had to separate from the family.  Wow that has been over 30 years ago and you are just now crying about it.  Get real Jermaine, anything for drama.
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Re: When the Jackson's cry and show their emotions

  • on: February 01, 2010, 09:16:44 PM
I don't know about the rest of them, but Jermaine, I think he's crying out of guilt for having been so spiteful at times to Michael.
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Re: When the Jackson's cry and show their emotions

  • on: February 01, 2010, 09:46:30 PM
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i think Jermaine's crying is ssooooooo fake.  He talks about his Motown years when he had to separate from the family.  Wow that has been over 30 years ago and you are just now crying about it.  Get real Jermaine, anything for drama.

Yeah I know I said they really seem to get emotional at times but I agree regarding Jermaine his crying does seem to be a little forced.  He always be crying at the drop of a hat.  Especially when he was talking about the split with his brothers.  He seem to always refer to the past alot.  Like he's trapped in a time warp or something.  However, I think this is part of the Jacksons strategy to clear up every rumor that's been put out about the family and MJ.  I think that's one of the main purposes of the show.  Even when they went back to Gary Tito and Marlon discuss their father ruling with an iron fist but that they appreciate what he did because it made them who they are today.  They were painting the picture that Joe really wasn't a bad father he just did it to make things better for them.  He just had a dream for his family to succeed.  It's like man did they live a different childhood than MJ because according to MJ that was not the case.
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Re: When the Jackson's cry and show their emotions

  • on: February 06, 2010, 08:29:40 AM
I agree I see them getting emotional over the way he was being treated and that is where their pain is coming from. I also feel Jermaine is clearing the air and vindicating him and telling things that the press didn't.
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Re: When the Jackson's cry and show their emotions

  • on: February 06, 2010, 09:53:21 AM
Well I for one feel Jackie in particular is really crying. You can feel his pain and see it in his eyes. There is no acting in that. I feel terrible watching him like that. That is why I also believe that Michael just did not hoax everything for fun and he will be on stage soon acting like everything was just for a movie or a project or whatever. There must be a serious reason for it. Something life threatening..be it his health or serious attempts at his life which made him and his family see this as a last option. The pain is definetly there.
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Re: When the Jackson's cry and show their emotions

  • on: February 20, 2010, 12:09:49 AM
The Jacksons are crying because their brother (they believe) is dead,noone is going to sit there and cry over there not ever going to be another Michael Jackson.The Jacksons are not actors they are musicians,who love and miss their brother for what ever reason he is not here.As for Jermaine's crying being fake or forced,I see there is a lot of hate for Jermaine and there is really no need for that,he and Michael were very close,and Michael said that himself. I do noticed that they are not afraid to say the D word (death)when refering to Michael,especially Marlon who has been on the Mo'nigue talk show speaking publicly about Michael's death.Has anyone stop to think that maybe the brotthers aren't in on a hoax or maybe there is none?Just a thought.
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Re: When the Jackson's cry and show their emotions

  • on: February 20, 2010, 05:41:31 AM
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The Jacksons are crying because their brother (they believe) is dead,noone is going to sit there and cry over there not ever going to be another Michael Jackson.The Jacksons are not actors they are musicians,who love and miss their brother for what ever reason he is not here.As for Jermaine's crying being fake or forced,I see there is a lot of hate for Jermaine and there is really no need for that,he and Michael were very close,and Michael said that himself. I do noticed that they are not afraid to say the D word (death)when refering to Michael,especially Marlon who has been on the Mo'nigue talk show speaking publicly about Michael's death.Has anyone stop to think that maybe the brotthers aren't in on a hoax or maybe there is none?Just a thought.

Well I guess that's your own opinion. :)
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Re: When the Jackson's cry and show their emotions

  • on: February 20, 2010, 06:31:26 AM
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The Jacksons are crying because their brother (they believe) is dead,noone is going to sit there and cry over there not ever going to be another Michael Jackson.The Jacksons are not actors they are musicians,who love and miss their brother for what ever reason he is not here.As for Jermaine's crying being fake or forced,I see there is a lot of hate for Jermaine and there is really no need for that,he and Michael were very close,and Michael said that himself. I do noticed that they are not afraid to say the D word (death)when refering to Michael,especially Marlon who has been on the Mo'nigue talk show speaking publicly about Michael's death.Has anyone stop to think that maybe the brotthers aren't in on a hoax or maybe there is none?Just a thought.

i kinda of agree with you on this, i was suprised how tito and jackie were, they made me emotional to be honest, marlon i think is soooo funny, and i think jermaine is misunderstood, but also a bit of an arse, i don't think they was fake emotions and 3T got upset when they was on, i don't believe they are acting, but then again i don't really know them so they could be JMO


certainly pulled on my heart strings tho watching it.. :(
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