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Michael Jackson: The Man Behind the Mask: An Insiders Story of the King of Pop by Bob JonesMichael Jackson: The Man behind the Mask is the INSIDE STORY of the truth behind the rumors, ugliness and mystery surrounding Michael Jackson.Is Jackson just a confused person who got too much fame too soon or is he a cold and calculating villain who will stop at nothing to have his bizarre appetites satisfied? Now you can read about it for the first time from the man who knows everything!The author, Bob Jones, is not a journalist conducting interviews but somebody who has known and been with Jackson for 34 years as his chief of Public Relations; by his side since Michael was 11 years old. Bob Jones is the one person with this unique inside view of Michael Jacksons world. To a certain degree, Bob Jones CREATED Michael Jackson. He created his image. For example, Bob Jones created Michael Jacksons famous nickname The King of Pop.This book is explosive and will make any other book about Michael Jackson instantly forgotten. You wont find this inside information anywhere else.
What Bob Jones really thought about Michael Jackson
But it was only when he was fired after 17 years he decided to tell his story. Dan Glaister meets him. Bob Jones hands me an envelope and sits back in his chair. These are ideas that he comes up with. Jones should know.
Bob Jones, the longtime publicist for Michael Jackson who said he dubbed the singer "the king of pop" and who co-wrote "The Man Behind the Mask," an unauthorized biography critical of the star, has died. He was Jones, who had quadruple-bypass surgery about 17 years ago, died Sept. From to , he helped guide Jackson through "the hailstorms and minefields of unprecedented celebrity," Mr. Jones and journalist Stacy Brown wrote in their book. When Jackson hired him, Mr.
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Bob Jones backstage with the late, great Grover Washington Jr. Bob Jones right with author Adrian Grant: It was Grant's Visual Documentary book that Jones says helped him recall a lot of the details for his own book.
B ob Jones hands me an envelope and sits back in his chair. These are ideas that he comes up with. Jones should know. For 17 years the Motown veteran ran Michael Jackson's public relations, steering him from Bad to Dangerous and beyond, navigating the accusations and allegations that have plagued the past decade of the singer's career, before being unceremoniously dismissed in June last year. Ghosted by journalist and one-time Jackson family friend Stacy Brown, it covers familiar ground - the marriages, the surgery, the special friends, the money - but the piece of paper Jones has given me covers something that isn't in the book. In a young White House counsel, John Roberts, today President Bush's nomination to become the Chief Justice of the United States, wrote a memo in response to a request from Jackson that President Reagan send a letter telling him how great he was.
I have selected certain excerpts from the book, and I will show you just how ridiculously inaccurate the book really is! Michael had never heard of him. So the idea that MJ had never heard of Michael Jordan is utterly absurd! One moment captured the essence of the man in the mirror, or the man behind the surgically-meshed-together face. You will never outsell me!
He was Jones, who had quadruple-bypass surgery about 17 years ago, died Sept. The eccentricities reported about Jackson were often the result of leaks that Jones orchestrated to make the singer seem more mysterious, Jones told the Irish Times in Initial reports about Jackson sleeping in a hyperbaric chamber and the importance of his pet chimpanzee, Bubbles, admittedly came from the publicist. After being fired by letter in , Jones was broke and angry -- and decided to write a biography of Jackson, whom he had known since about