Indy Children’s Museum Removes Michael Jackson Items


The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis has decided to remove some of Michael Jackson’s items from its American Pop exhibit.

The items that will be removed from the world’s largest children museum are a signed poster, a fedora, and a pair of Jackson’s white gloves.

The museum will keep photos of Jackson on display that is part of the Ryan White bedroom re-creation. White became popular in the 80s after contracting HIV from a blood treatment.

The museum hasn’t decided whether or not they will put the items back on display after allegations made in “Leaving Neverland” are investigated further.

What do you think of the backlash that’s happening from the “Leaving Neverland” docu-series? Do you think it’s right for Jackson’s items to be removed?



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