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Revisiting: Dr. Amalia Amaki, As she explores the life of Michael Jackson...

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I think there is a Mike of pure spirit and he knew things that he had no business knowing. If he wasn’t saying — I’ll give you an example, I shared this with a very close friend of mine Lana and another friend Claudette just a few days ago, and it still boggles my mind because I can remember how Mike could turn on a dime. He could be very playful and silly, and then all of a sudden you could look over and he’d be looking at you with this heavy, weighty kind of gaze and my reaction would always be “what are you looking at?” He would say, “I’m not looking at you, I’m looking for you.” There were always these little things that he would say that I now understand to be challenges for you to come to know something that was you that you had not addressed yet.

Dr. Amalia Amaki

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