1984 Michael Jackson Pepsi Commercial of Hair Flaming Is Released by US Weekly? Watch!

Media is suggesting that this commercial was Michael Jackson’s downfall.  He accidently had his hair catch on fire from sparks on stage, that are miscued, causing his head to engulf in flames.  Michael is rushed by employees who smother the fire on his head.  This accident lead to serious burns, in which he was prescribed pain killers to cope with the injury.  This prescription is the same one found recently at MJ’s house.  Media is suggesting this incident “introduced Mike” to abuse the drugs and deal with the burn scars which led to plastic surgery.  Personally, he made his own decisions and chose to look for drugs as the answer, rather than trying to seek help by trusting psychologist.  He had many social issues because of his indifferences and constant spotlite in fame.  I wish the best for his fam, kids, and legacy… RIP MJ.

Check out the actual Pepsi Commercial from 1984 released by US weekly recently.  I haven’t heard anyone comment on the spin move he did to try to put out the fire, lol, but maybe I was looking to hard after numerous replays.

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  2. There are some great new paintings of Michael about to be released by Upper Deck in their next set of baseball cards:

    http://fullbodytransplant.wordpress.com/2009/07/16/upper-deck-announces-michael-jackson-tribute-cards/

    The caricatures are loud and freaky intense. I imagine that they capture the self-image that he had while he was with us. I can’t wait to collect them all.

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