Wade Robson Reveals Whether He Thinks Michael Jackson Should Be Muted [VIDEO]

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Earlier this month, HBO released a two-part documentary named Leaving Neverland in which Wade Robson and James Safechuck detailed their intimate friendship with Michael Jackson, including disturbing details about alleged sexual assault when both men were younger.

Robson may have told his story to the cameras, but he did not want to be the person to dictate whether the masses should still listen Jackson or not.

Cameras caught up with him at LAX, where he addressed his stance on where he felt the King of Pop should be muted forever.

“That’s not really my concern,” he began. “That’s everybody’s individual journey. If I had any hope it’s just that we question who we are worshipping and why. It’s beyond Michael.”

The dancer said that he himself does not listen to Jackson because of his personal experiences.

According to reports, Robson had at one time attempted to be part of the Michael Jackson: ONE show at the Mandalay Bay Casino in Las Vegas in 2011.

How do you feel about his comments below?