Michael Jackson's secret recordings about Prince revealed for the first time

- 6/25/2016
Secret Michael Jackson recording about Prince revealed
Michael Jackson's secret recordings about Prince

Secret recordings where Michael Jackson unleashed a series of rants about prince has been revealed for the first time.

The king of pop spoke about how he dreaded that Prince may one day resort to killing himself if he doesn't change his ways.

The often sentimental Michael Jackson had labelled Prince 'Mean, nasty and rude'
The contents of the tape recording, which were made in 1988 for Jackson's autobiography for Moonwalker,  have never been heard before, until now.
Secret recordings from Michael Jackson's Moonwalker autobiography

Here are some extract from the recordings about Prince.
Here is what Michael had to say about his bitter rival in the recording;

 "I don’t like to be compared to Prince at all."

"I have proven myself since I was real little. It’s not fair. He feels like I’m his opponent. I hope he changes because boy, he’s gonna get hurt. He’s the type that might commit suicide or something.

"He was so rude, one of rudest people I have ever met. Prince is very competitive. He has been very mean and nasty to my family."

The Billie Jean singer also spoke about an incident Prince had during a James Brown tribute concert in 1983.

During the Los Angeles show, Prince mistakenly grabbed a mache stage lamppost made of paper, thinking it was a real one. 
The artiste fell into the crowd of fans. 

In the recordings, Jackson laughed at Prince: 
Prince and Michael Jackson rivalry

"He made a fool of himself. He was a joke.

"People were running and screaming. I was so embarrassed. It was all on video."

He said that Prince was a big fan of his when they first met, but changed dramatically when he became famous himself. 

Michael also spoke about his family, calling his brother Andy hard headed, Jermaine; talented but lacking confidence, and Jackie he called negative. 

He said Janet was a tomboy and he despised his father whom he said was emotionless. 

Michael Jackson died in 2009 in his own home after a lethal overdose of anaesthetic. 

Prince also died in his home this year from an overdose of prescription drugs. 

At the time of their deaths, both music icons were 50 and 57 years old respectively. 


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