The ever-delusional Michael Jackson is still planning a comeback (as he has been doing non-stop for the last fifteen years). As part of this endeavor, Michael had hoped that fellow musical icon Prince would join him on-stage. Prince, however, has declined Michael's invitation - and the freakish one is said to be very upset. Said a source to British newspaper The Sun:
Michael seemed pretty gutted about it. He said he's approached Prince to see if he would like to work together. But Prince wasn't interested in gigging with him. ... There would be so much hype surrounding (his) first gig, it would end up turning into the Michael Jackson show. ... Prince had his own plans. He is a legend in his own right. He doesn't need to be supported by anyone.
But it's more than just Prince not needing to be supported - it's that Prince doesn't want anything to do with the trainwreck that is Michael Jackson. Prince didn't get to be where he is right now by being a dummy. He knows full-well that anything Michael does at this point is almost certain to be a calamity, and he's got more than enough sense to stay far, far away from that. And as for Michael being upset - well, I'd say hand him a tissue, but what would he need it for when he doesn't have a nose?
Face it Michael, you child-molesting quasi-human - you're over. You've been over for a long time. This is what happens to people who lose touch with reality - they cease being able to gauge what audiences want, and their careers go down in flames because of it. The world moved on Michael, but you just got weirder and more immersed in your creepy fantasies. Now it's time for you to retire to some kind of Howard Hughes-like seclusion, so we won't have to witness the spectacle of you systematically freakifying your children. Take them into your dopey Peter Pan lair with you and lock the door Michael. We'll look forward to the day, ten years hence, when CNN runs the newsflash about how you were murdered in your sleep, and Blanket has been taken into custody. It's Blanket's destiny, I think, to rid us of you once and for all.