The King of Pop’s family ain’t isht! We all know the bottom line behind all these fights is M-O-N-E-Y, so it should come as little to know surprise that family members were at MJ’s house almost immediately after he died looking for his cash and Janet allegedly held up her brother’s burial by demanding she get her funeral deposit back!
Michael Jackson’s grieving relatives rolled up to the singer’s rented mansion hours after his death in a chaotic search for garbage bags full of cash, a new report states.
Within hours of Jackson’s June 25 death from an overdose of the anesthetic propofol, sister La Toya Jackson and her boyfriend, Jeffre Phillips, arrived at the house demanding to be admitted, Vanity Fair reports.
“We’re family, and we should have access to the house,” one of two said, according to the story, an adaptation from Randall Sullivan’s forthcoming Jackson epic, “Untouchable.”
Sullivan’s book says matriarch Katherine Jackson arrived that night and called her dead son’s nanny, Grace Rwaramba, also to inquire about the stashed cash.
“Grace, you remember Michael used to hide cash at the house? Where can it be?” she asked.
Rwaramba described Michael’s standard practice of hiding his cash in black plastic garbage bags and under the carpets, Sullivan reports.
La Toya and her boyfriend later loaded black plastic garbage bags into duffel bags and placed them in the garage, a security staffer reportedly told Sullivan.
The next morning, Janet Jackson arrived with a moving van that eventually exited through the front gate with Phillips at the wheel, the security source claimed.
Representatives for La Toya and Janet did not respond for comment.
Sullivan also revealed that the King of Pop’s star-studded burial was delayed nearly three months — with the singer’s body kept on ice — because Janet demanded to get her funeral deposit back, a new report claims.h.
“The “Control” singer put up the original $40,000 deposit at Forest Lawn cemetery in Glendale, Calif., to secure her brother’s eternal resting place, but refused to let the funeral happen until the money was repaid.
The “wrangling” between Janet and the managers of her brother’s estate meant Jackson’s remains languished in refrigerated storage between his June 2009 death and his early September burial.
A lawyer for the estate said the claim was news to him.
“The estate was not involved in those events. I have no idea what took place,” lawyer Howard Weitzman told the Daily News Thursday.
What’s the big deal? They were probably trying to keep “the help” from walking away with the cash.
No but seriously, this is some sick isht. That’s why the Bible says the love of money is the root of all evil.
We’re disgusted with the whole family reading this isht.