Los Angeles, CA – Leaving Neverland, the controversial two-part Michael Jackson documentary, aired on HBO Sunday night time (March three) leaving followers worldwide in a state of limbo.

An assortment of artists, actors and celebrities have come ahead to both defend or condemn the late King of Pop, whereas others haven’t gotten round to watching it but.

Many are usually not positive they’re even prepared to look at it.

TMZ reporters caught Stevie Wonder at LAX the place the residing legend supplied his viewpoint on the scenario saying, “He’s died, he’s lifeless. Hopefully, we will proceed the legacy of inspiration he has given lots of youngsters and lots of people.”

Stevie Wonder made an look on Jackson’s seventh studio album, Bad, shared in late August of 1987. A duet between the 2 would seem on Wonder’s November album launch, Characters that very same 12 months.

The conclusion of the two-part sequence, which aired final night time (March four) leaves many not sure how one can react to the sexual abuse allegations made by Wade Robson and James Safechuck. Both males have defended Jackson in previous abuse claims previous to this documentary. Robson and Safechuck filed civil fits in opposition to Jacksons in 2013, which had been dismissed and now under appeal.

Watch the clip of Stevie Wonder talking with TMZ above.

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