There has been a media circus surrounding Leaving Neverland, the documentary that aired this weekend on HBO. Detailing the allegations that both Wade Robson and James Safechuck have made against Michael Jackson, many fans of the legendary singer don't know how to react and who to believe. This isn't the first time that these sorts of abusive allegations have been brought against the artist but this is the most light the issue has gotten in years. The Jackson Estate and MJ's family have defended him throughout the recent outcry and Taj Jackson, his nephew, is going on the defence against Wade Robson.


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In an interview with TMZ, Taj said that Robson has changed his story so many times when it comes to his uncle. "He went to my uncle's memorial, he did tribute shows left and right for my uncle," says Jackson. "The minute he did not get [the Cirque Du Soleil show] MJ One, he all of a sudden starts writing a book on the down-low. No one wanted to buy the book and then all of a sudden, he comes out with these allegations."

There are reports that Robson and Safechuck did the documentary for no money. While Taj acknowledges that, he says that the two are involved in a lawsuit against the Estate for hundreds of millions of dollars. Therefore, he believes it is "in their favor" to get the public on their side.