Fourth anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death

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LOS ANGELES, CA – It’s hard to believe, but Tuesday marks the fourth anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death.

His overdose from the surgical anesthetic propofol landed his doctor in prison, and drama is still unfolding in court. Jackson’s 16-year-old son, Prince, is now testifying in a lawsuit against concert promoter AEG Live. That whole song and dance isn’t supposed to wrap up until August.

It’s all got to be so hard for Jackson’s kids.

His daughter Paris was recently hospitalized for trying to kill herself. Some sources say she’s been cutting for a while, and that her social media accounts are littered with violent images.

It’s a lot of heavy stuff. But today, we wanted to take a moment to celebrate the late singer’s legacy.

“He made it cool for you to grab your crotch, Michael Jackson was the man,” said local fan Rocko Narvos.

Check out the video to see Narvos and another fan paying tribute with dance moves.

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