Michael Jackson was 'chemically castrated' by his father, says singer's ex-doctor
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In what comes as a shock, pop legend Michael Jackson was "chemically castrated" by his father Joe, according to the late star's doctor Conrad Murray, as revealed in a report.
Murray revealed that Joe who died of cancer last month was “cruel” to his children. In a report published in a US-based publication, Murray said, "Joe Jackson was one of the worst fathers to his children in history. The fact that he was chemically castrated to maintain his high-pitched voice is beyond words."
In previous instances too, Murray has claimed that Joe would punish Michael and give him hormone injections to stop his voice from getting deeper.
The doctor revealed in the report that Michael was so scared of his father that he would vomit when he saw him.
After previous accusations, Michael’s son Prince defended his grandfather. In a video posted, Prince said: "One of the things I''m going to talk about today is my grandpa about what you all got to f***ing say about him. So you all can keep on talking all this s***, saying he abused my dad and all this and you will make a YouTube video about it for sure."
"But he raised these kids right, otherwise they would have been in gangs or f****ing dead. So go ahead, keep talking s***, but you won''t ever be as great as one of that man''s f***ing balls in his n******."
Joe Jackson was buried in the same Southern California cemetery as his late son, Michael. He died on June 27 in Las Vegas at age 89 and is survived by wife Katherine, eight children and dozens of grandchildren.