Jackson fans have been in a state of uncertainty, shock and disappointment since the documentary was first dropped on Leaving Neverland. But there are those who defend the king of pop. This includes the American singer Barbara Streisand. In an interview with "The Evening Standard," she was sympathized with Michael Jackson – despite the violent abusers against him, including in "Leaving Netherland".
"His sexual needs were his sexual needs and they came from his DNA or childhood, no matter what it was," says Streisand. The singer says she believes "absolutely" what the two alleged victims of abuse, Wade Robson and James Safechuck , revealed in the documentary, but owed their parents, they would have allowed their children to sleep with him.
"It did not kill her"
She also questioned the effects of Jackson's actions on the two. "You can talk about harassment , but these children …. They were proud to be there. "Finally, Streisand is quoted as saying:" They both married and have children. The whole thing has not killed so. "
On Twitter, some users react to scary Streisand statements, including Leaving Neverland's director and producer Dan Reed:"
– Dan Reed @ danreed1000) March 22, 2019