Michael Jackson Has Died

Michael Jackson, 50, has died.  

The iconic entertainer was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital from his west Los Angeles residence, suffering from cardiac arrest,  in the afternoon of Thursday, June 26.   Paramedics performed CPR in route.  Family members were notified and arrived at the hospital after Jackson slipped into a coma.  Jackson was treated and transferred to the UCLA Medical Center.  Entrance to the hospital was carefully monitored with security guards even refusing entrance to some hospital staffers. 

In the time immediately leading up to his death, Jackson suffered from fatigue bouts and was prone to fad dieting.

Jackson was preparing for his world tour, which, some say, would have helped with his mounting financial problems.

Las Vegas Backstage Access has written many articles in the past on the legendary entertainer that you may wish to read:  January 4; Feb. 28; March 4, 6, & 14; June 2, 14, and July 25. 

Las Vegas Backstage Access extends our condolences to all the family and friends of Michael Jackson in their time of grief.

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One response to “Michael Jackson Has Died

  1. Lawyermommy

    What a sad day indeed. I am shocked at his death. This again reminds me of the short time we have simply because we do not know when or where.

    He was a tortured soul and I hope he got some peace from his children. He did not have the tools to fight a hostile world. He did not understand what it took to stand strong. I do not know why his heart stopped but he certainly looked frail and sad in the past few photographs I have seen of him.

    Sad sad day indeed.

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