I guess Michael Jackson predicted Coronavirus before death?
The legendary singer-songwriter understood what was coming says his own bodyguard Matt Fiddes
Late King of Pop Michael Jackson had predicted a coronavirus-like global pandemic, which is why he wore a facemask despite being mocked, asserts ex-bodyguard.
Matt Fiddes, who worked to get the singer for a long time, was speaking as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread across the globe, reports thesun
He explained: “He (MJ) understood that a natural catastrophe was always there. He was quite aware and would always forecast that we might be wiped out at any time. That a germ could spread.
“So he’d go through four countries in one day sometimes and he was on airplanes with individuals all the time.”
Matt said he’d jokingly ask Michael Jackson to not wear the facemask because he had been ashamed about being clicked together with him when he had been wearing it.
“He would say,’ Matt I can not get ill, I can not let my fans down. I have concerts coming up. I must not hurt my voice, I’ve got to stay healthy, I don’t know who I’m likely to encounter today, I don’t know what I might pass .'”
About what Michael Jackson, who died in 2009, would say regarding the outbreak now, Fiddes added: “I understand exactly what he’d say to people now and that is it. I told you so.
“However, you do not have to be the biggest superstar in the world rather than be smart. That man was super damn intelligent. But he knew him.”