(AllHipHop News) The upcoming HBO documentary Leaving Neverland about Michael Jackson will likely be a headline generator for months. In the film, Wade Robson and James Safechuck claim Jackson molested them as children.
MJ's nephews Toriano "Taj" Jackson, TJ Jackson, and Taryll Jackson have already called the allegations lies. Now their cousin Brandi Jackson is providing more alleged information about one of her uncle's accusers.
"Wade and I were together for over 7 years, but I bet that isn’t in his 'documentary' because it would ruin his timeline. And did I mention, it was my uncle, #MichaelJackson, who set us up? Wade is not a victim, #WadeRobsonIsaLiar," tweeted Brandi on February 11. "I pray he comes at me for these #truths cause I will happily put him in his place."
She added, "I found out Wade cheated on me with multiple [women] who he hoped would advance his career. You might know one of them, because it was a huge pop music scandal. Wade is not a victim, he’s an #Opportunist. Wade: You constantly talked about wanting to be 'relevant.' You’ve burned so many bridges that now the only time you are #relevant is when you headline with my family’s name next to yours. It’s time to stop these lies and live your own life."
Taj responded to Brandi's Twitter thread by posting, "I bet the press won’t print this! Most of the music industry and dance industry know this. It’s why they don’t want to work with him anymore. Wade only cares about Wade. Cry me a river Wade Robson. Wade is counting on people's ignorance and gullibility. He's counting on the #Metoomovement rushing to his side without properly vetting him or looking into his many inconsistencies. As a victim myself, when you tell the truth you don't need to change your story 3 times."
Leaving Neverland director Dan Reed has stated, "If there’s anything we’ve learned during this time in our history, it’s that sexual abuse is complicated, and survivors’ voices need to be listened to. It took great courage for these two men to tell their stories and I have no question about their validity."
The Michael Jackson Estate called the documentary a "lurid production in an outrageous and pathetic attempt to exploit and cash in on Michael Jackson" and "just another rehash of dated and discredited allegations.”