GTFOHWTBS: Ex-Bodyguard Claims That Michael Jackson Was High And He Asked That Randy Jackson Be Shot!!

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Michael Jackson's ex-bodyguard claims he was ordered to shoot Randy Jackson

Cool story bro…SMFH

Michael Jackson’s Ex-Bodyguard Claims He Was Ordered To Shoot Randy Jackson

According to the uber-reliable (*rolls eyes*) folks at The Sun

His former Brit bodyguard told last night how the tragic superstar ordered the hit in a drug-fuelled paranoid rage.

Martial arts master Matt Fiddes said: “Michael was caught in a war with his brothers for years.

“They were desperate to sign him up to a $500million deal for a Jackson Five reunion tour.

“By 2005 Michael had surrounded himself with Nation of Islam bodyguards and became paranoid to the point that he would bar family from coming into his home.

“Things reached a head when Randy was trying to force his way past the bodyguards to speak to him in one of his rented homes. Michael ordered him to be shot.

Here is the shady-a$$ story that ol’ boy is trying to kick.

“He was out of mind on drugs and luckily Randy was OK.

“Michael shouted at the bodyguards that he wanted Randy shot, and Randy really feared he’d be killed.

“I don’t think Michael ever intended to kill him and told the guards to shoot him in the leg.

“But Randy was so scared he got on the phone and threatened to call the Press.

“He told the bodyguards, ‘If you shoot me the whole world will know about it’.

“He then backed off and got out.”

This Michael Jackson, not Michael Corleone, dirty son-of-a-beyotch…

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