Sterling, VA (PRWEB) August 30, 2012
Michael Jackson would have turned 54 yesterday if things had been different. However, due to his unexpected death, his birthday was celebrated with a vigil instead as reported in chicagotribune.com. Meanwhile, GreenBeanBuddy commented that the fact people still commemorate his birthday even after three years from his passing proves that he remains to be the biggest music influence.
According to the report, fans of the King of Pop flocked his family's house in Gary on Wednesday to celebrate his birth. It detailed that the two-bedroom house in 2300 Jackson Street in Gary Indiana was actually where the singer was born back in 1958.
However, unlike the previous years since his death, the report said that MJ's family joined his fans this year to celebrate his birthday. Particularly, the King of Pop's mother and his three kids Prince, Paris and Blanket participated in the event, the report detailed.
The said birthday celebration for Michael Jackson will last for four days.
Here's an excerpt from the post Hometown Celebration for Michael Jackson's 54th Birthday by GreenBeanBuddy.com.
“Yesterday was Michael Jackson's birthday. He would have been 54 if not for his tragic death back in 2009. And to honor his memory, his family went back to Gary – his hometown in Indiana.
The King of Pop's children, Prince, Paris and Blanket were spotted yesterday in Gary along with their grandmother Katherine and her co-guardian, MJ's nephew TJ. La Toya Jackson also made the trip back to their two-bedroom house where Michael was born in 1958.”
It was already three years ago when Michael Jackson shocked the public with his tragic death. But despite that, his fans still celebrate his birthday to pay him respect. And according to entertainment and sports news website GreenBeanBuddy.com, that just proves how great of an influence he still remains in music. Additionally, it said that the commemorative celebration of his birthday proves that through his music, he still lives.
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