Michael Jackson’s daughter used to apply bleach on his skin
A book by Michael Jackson’s former physician, Conrad Murray, reveals that the late pop star used to make his daughter, Paris-Michael K Jackson, apply bleach on him.
In This Is It, a tell-all book about late pop star Michael Jackson, his former physician, Conrad Murray, has made the claim that he made his daughter, Paris-Michael K Jackson, apply skin bleaching cream on him because she was “whiter” than his sons, Prince, 19, and Blanket, 14.
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An excerpt from the book reads, “Every evening I applied the cream. I wore gloves, since careless handling could lead to my own patchy skin appearance. I was concerned when Michael told me that sometimes he had Paris put on the cream. Michael thought that since Paris is the ‘whitest’ of his children, there was no risk to her in turning lighter. Still, as I warned him, everybody has different shades of white, and I highly recommended that Paris not apply the permanent skin lightener.”
Jackson, who was born black, accounted for his gradually whiter skin over the years by telling the press that he suffered from a lack of pigment in his skin, which is a condition known as vitiligo. But Murray claims that Jackson had confessed to him that it was a lie.
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“He admitted to me that he often had to tell little lies by denying the use of products to bleach his skin, and to even his skin tone. But one thing he did not lie about was he wanted to be a white man,” claimed the book.
The King of Pop died from a fatal overdose of prescription drugs in 2009.
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