There has been Usher, Omarion, and countless other’s but everyone knows Chris Brown is the closest thing will have to the late great Michael Jackson.
Chris Brown is preparing to release his new album Breezy, and he recently did an interview discussing the new project.
Chris Brown was asked what he thought about the online debate going on saying that he is more talented than Michael Jackson.
Chris said, “Cap. I stay the hell up out of [that argument].”
He continued, “I’ma keep it 100. I kind of back off of it. My personal take on it is I wouldn’t even be breathing or even be able to sing a song if that man didn’t exist. So, I don’t know if they look at it as a [Michael] Jordan and Kobe [Bryant] thing but I don’t.”
He added, “I can’t even look at it. He’s light-years away. There is no competing. Hell no. I got shrines and shit of this man hanging up in my house. Hell Nah, I ain’t better than him.”
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In other Michael Jackson news…
Even In Death Michael Jackson’s Name Earns A Staggering Amount Of Money And Here’s Who Gets It
More than a decade has passed since the world lost an icon. MichaelJackson died in 2009 at age 50, leaving behind three children and his legacy.
Even after his death, he was reportedly a high-earning celebrity. His estate, estimated to be worth $482 million but later found to be $111 million, has released “a number” since his death 12 years ago, The List reported.
Both ‘The Immortal World Tour’ and ‘One’ have made millions. Sony bought Michael‘s Sony/ATV shares for $750 million in 2016. In 2018, they paid $287.5 million for his EMI Music Publishing catalog.
According to reports, the ‘Billie Jean’ singer’s children have enough money to sustain them. Each got $8 million a year after his death. When the children turn 33, they’ll each get half the estate, according to a report. The children will get equal shares of the estate when they turn 40. Jackson left 40% of his estate to his mother, Katherine. She gets “$86,804 per month for life.”