The music legend required to Twitter Saturday to speak up on behalf of her late buddy. To get her point throughout, she used the title of the 1965 Motown single, “Stop! In the Name of Love,” from her time with The Supremes.
” This is what’s on my heart today,” she started her tweet.
” I think and trust that Michael Jackson was and is a magnificent extraordinary force to me and to lots of others. DROP IN THE NAME OF LOVE,” she added.
This is what’s on my heart this early morning. I believe and trust that Michael Jackson was and is A magnificent incredible force to me and to lots of others.
STOP IN THE NAME OF LOVE
— Ms. Ross (@DianaRoss) March 23, 2019
Ross’ post came a day after Barbra Streisand triggered an uproar when she protected Jackson to the Times of London, by saying the King of Pop’s accusers, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, were “enjoyed exist,” in referral to Jackson’s inner circle.
Robson and Safechuck, now adults, declared in the documentary that Jackson began sexually molesting them when they were seven and 10 years old.
Streisand minimized the supposed abuse, saying it “didn’t eliminate them” due to the fact that the 2 guys ultimately married and had kids.
On Saturday afternoon, she released a declaration clarifying her remarks.
” To be crystal clear, there is no circumstance or situation where it is OK for the innocence of children to be made the most of by anyone,” the declaration checked out. “The stories these two boys shared hurt to hear, and I feel absolutely nothing however compassion for them. The single most essential role of being a parent is to protect their kids. It’s clear that the moms and dads of the 2 young men were likewise preyed on and seduced by fame and dream.”