Janet Jackson Covers Gotham

Janet's Gotham Cover.

Janet's Gotham Cover.

Janet Jackson is on the cover of the new issue of Gotham where she talks about her late brother and her new music.

She had this to say about her brother Michael Jackson's death:

“When you hear people say life goes on, it’s really the truth. You can’t stop living. It becomes a part of you. I feel a bit selfish because there are times I feel I shouldn’t be doing this, but I enjoy my work and I have to keep doing it. I have to keep my life going. There are days that are harder than others.”

Janet also spoke about her upcoming new CD:

“It’s going to be a little different. The writing is about life experiences. There’s a part of me that’s craving escapism, which is a sense of wanting to keep on moving with my work but also of coming to terms with reality. So I think it will be upbeat and light.”

We agree with Janet about death and are looking forward to Janet's "Rebirth" musically so to speak.  What about you?-Dr.FB


LA Coroner: Jackson’s Death A Homicide

Michael Jackson File Photo
Michael Jackson File Photo

Michael Jackson File Photo

The L A County coroner ruled Michael Jackson's death a homicide, a law enforcement official told the Associated Press on this afternoon. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the findings have not been publicly released.  Murray, Jackson's personal physician is the target of a manslaughter probe.

Meanwhile, a search warrant affidavit revealed that Jackson had lethal levels of the powerful anesthetic Propofol in his system when he died in his rented Los Angeles mansion on June 25.

The document unsealed Monday allowed officials to raid the Houston offices and storage facility of Dr. Conrad Murray last month.

According to the warrant, Murray, Jackson's personal physician, had been treating the singer for insomnia with the sedative for six weeks. According to the document, Murray said he had been trying to wean Jackson off the powerful sedative by using smaller doses in combination with the sedatives lorazepam and midazolam.