There have been a number of revelations that have surfaced over the weekend following the release of the new two-part documentary series co-produced by Janet Jackson. The series premiered on Friday (January 28) and continued on Saturday on A&E and Lifetime.
But perhaps the biggest news is the report that rock & roll legend, David Bowie, offered drugs still Michael Jackson teenager and his brother Randy Jackson.
According to Janet Jackson’s documentary, after the family band, The Jackson 5, rose to stardom, the family moved from their original home in Gary, Indiana, to the more affluent and central to the entertainment industry, Encino, California. . There, the band members were invited to various parties and even organized their own.
David Bowie offered drugs to a young Michael Jackson
At parties, the Jacksons, including patriarch Joe Jackson, would invite celebrities to join in the festivities, including Ziggy Stardust himself, David Bowie. According to Randy, who discussed the Janet events on camera, Bowie offered him and Michael some illicit substances. However, Michael and Randy, who were teenagers, refused.
“Michael and I are sitting in one of the other rooms away from the party,” Randy said in the document. “Then Bowie comes in and… he offered us some of what he was doing to get high… We looked at each other. We said, ‘No.’ We didn’t know what it was, but it was like, ‘No, no, thanks. But that’s not all that raised eyebrows in the new documentary.
Has Janet Jackson already forgiven Justin Timberlake?
Elsewhere in the documentary, Janet said she has forgiven Justin Timberlake for his role in the infamous “closet malfunction” at the Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show in which Timberlake, on purpose or by accident (did he ever will we know?) ripped a piece off Janet’s top, exposing her chest.
AmericanPost.News reports that the event nearly ruined her career, caused major trauma, and launched thousands of rage ships on both sides of Janet’s aisle. However, taking the right path, Janet said that she forgave him and said that they are friends after the Super Bowl scandal.
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